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The Benefits of Cropped-Sensor Cameras

In my last post I discussed the benefits offered by “full-frame cameras”, defined therein as “…┬ácameras that have sensors that are equivalent in size (dimensions) to 35mm film”. Today’s post will focus on the other side of the coin, that … Continue reading

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Exposure Triangle (Part 4) – ISO Sensitivity

Welcome again to my blog – this is the fourth post in the “Exposure Triangle” Series: you can read the other posts by clicking their title from the main page or clicking here:┬áPart 1, Part 2 or Part 3. This … Continue reading

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Photography: How it’s made!

You’ve probably taken a photograph before, and you might even be doing it on a regular basis if you’re a selfie addict, for instance. You probably know how to handle a camera too, and if you’re reading other photography blogs … Continue reading

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