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Snowscape Photography

If you’re anywhere in a place that snows, you’re probably going to be in for a polar vortex sometime soon. If you’re Read More

Neon Bubble Photography

These aren’t your average bubbles, these are like disco bubbles and we’ll show you exactly how to make them and photograph them Read More

Oil on Water: Abstract Photography

Since oil and water don’t mix, we thought it’d be an interesting idea to photograph them together for an interesting abstract look. Read More

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Canon 24-70mm F4L IS

This lens is like a red headed step child.  It falls into a slightly awkward position.  It performs just as well as the F2.8L ii version at F4 and above.  It’s also much better in terms of photo quality than the old Canon 24-105 F4L IS but lacks its all around useful range.  So what is the point of this lens?  I’m wondering why they didn’t just update the old 24-105 F4L instead?  I think the reason is they wanted to build something to a certain price range to meet a certain type of photographer’s needs. Read More >

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Abstract Photography Idea II

 Abstract Photography With Milk and Food Coloring
Since we had a lot of fun doing abstract photography last time, we decided to take on another […]

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Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 Review

Is that a Zeiss?  Nope, it’s a Sigma.
Following the success of their 35mm F1.4A, Sigma has now released another incredible addition to their “Art […]

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Photographing Snowscapes

How to Photograph Snowscapes in a Winter Wonderland
If you’re anywhere in a place that snows, you’re probably going to be in for a polar […]