Earlier this spring, in March, I accepted a photography internship at the local newspaper. I figured I would learn a few things in addition to getting my name out there and have more opportunities to build my portfolio. My professional aspirations are to one day give up the 9-5 gig and be a full-time freelance photographer, and this seemed like a1 Thanks/Like
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Memory cards are an essential purchase for your camera. We spend so much time researching and shopping for a great camera that fits our needs and budget, and then often throw caution to the wind when it comes to a memory storage device. There are so many El Cheapo brands out there, many consumers just assume that one card is just as good as another.0 Thanks/Like
Our new members quickly discover that the forum here is packed full of useful information, tips, and above all...a great group of folks who are willing to help you resolve problems and give advice. Generally speaking, you can expect a response to your questions within a couple of hours! That said, this is the internet, and forums have a long0 Thanks/Like
This product is specifically designed for the Nikon D80 and D90 DSLR cameras.
The purpose of a battery grip is twofold. First and foremost, its main function is to add some power by doubling your battery capacity. This is especially important for event photographers (like those who do weddings) so that they don't run out of juice when0 Thanks/Like
The histogram is an excellent tool for photographers brought about by the digital age. If you're unfamiliar with it, the histogram is the small graph displayed on your camera's LCD screen, usually while in image review mode. This little-used graph can help you take better photographs, and can be utilized in just about any situation.