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A large Public Domain photo repository with high resolution free photos and vectors. All copyright free stock photos and royalty free photos, and CC0 Photos. 26800 free and public domain photos, images, clipart, pics and vectors and counting. To view/download a photo in high resolution, please click on the image.

Canon 6dMark II vs Nikon D750 Hands on review and comparison

09/11/2017
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We pit the new Canon 6d Mark II against the mighty Nikon D750 in a head to head match to see which is the superior Camera. Please note that the photos with the musicians was at slightly different settings when I re-checked but all the other photo pairs are at the exact same camera settings. But even at the same settings, the Nikon was better than the Canon for the Musician Picture. The Conclusion: The D750 is still a superior Camera even though it is 3 years older.

Why I favor Live view over the Viewfinder now on Cameras

09/08/2017
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This video describes why I now prefer the Live view on Cameras via LCD screen over the viewfinder. The technology has just improved enough to where its simply better for taking photos of non fast-moving objects.

Camera vs Eye, ISO, Dynamic Range, and Resolution

09/07/2017
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This video describes and compares the visual power of your eyes(assuming 20/20) against the photographic capabilities of the best DSLR cameras and why and where Dynamic Range, ISO, and resolution in terms of megapixels. I will explain why it is really hard to tell difference between a 25 mp camera and 50 mp camera.

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Specs and thoughts

09/06/2017
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The Olympus OM-D-M10 mirror micro 4/3 camera is coming out soon and its got really good features. But its very similar to the features found on its predecessor the Mark II. The upgrade is the 4k Video which targets a fairly small section of the market. I think instead of coming out with cameras so often, Olympus and Panasonic needs to focus on professional lenses, especially lenses with lower f-stop numbers to compensate for the smaller sensor in order to attract more serious photographers to the Micro 4/3 market. What do you think?

Is $2000 too much for a non full-frame camera?

09/05/2017
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Some of the newer high-end micro 4/3 cameras and APS-C Cameras are upping the ante at the price point of $2000, rivaling the price of full-frame cameras like the Nikon D750, Canon 6d Mark II, and the Sony A7II. Having a smaller sensor means your image quality isn't going to be as good, especially in darker settings. Are the bells and whistles on those cameras worth the sacrifice in image quality.

OBS and Avidemux Tutorial: How to combine 2 videos/clips shot at different fps

09/04/2017
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A short explanation of a ghetto method of combining two clips shot at different frame rates. You just need Open Broad Casting Studio and Avidemux 2.6, both of which are free. Is it Ghetto? Yes? Does it work? Absolutely.

Budget Tablet Camera: Nexus 7 Hands-on Reivew

09/04/2017
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Today we reviewed the Nexus 7's camera and video capabilities and for a 2013 tablet, its not too bad. Can't shoot dark or highlight spots but for basic landscape and selfies it will work. You just have to be very careful where you shoot as this 5 megapixel camera suffers from many of the same issues other tablet and cellphone cameras suffer from.

Yes, all your old glass will indeed work with the new Nikon D850

09/01/2017
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So I've been hearing rumors about old lenses not working with the Nikon D850 because of its 46mp resolution. I find it weird that people think a lens can't resolve an image because of its megapixel count. This is because a lens does not "resolve" an image, that's the sensor's job. A lens just projects an image onto the sensor and so should work regardless of how many megapixels the camera is.

Canon's New Strategy? Lenses that Tilt. Really?

08/31/2017
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This year Sony Released the A9, a camera that can compete with the Canon 1DXII and the Nikon D5 for $2000 less. Then Nikon unleashes the D850, a 46 megapixel beast that can shoot in DX mode, has focus stacking and can shoot 9 fps with battery grip. The best do-it-all camera on the market. Canon fires back with its 6D Mark II ... and falls flat. But now their new offensive has been unveiled: the Same L-series lenses ... but they tilt. I'm not that impressed by their offering. If they are going the glass instead of body route, I think they need to make more affordable Lenses or expand their DX line of lenses with high quality glass.

Don't be a Loser, learn to shoot in manual

08/30/2017
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This video explains why you cannot call yourself a legit photographer if you don't know how to shoot in manual and why you are actually a loser photographer if you always shoot with the auto settings. You must know how to manually adjust ISO, shutter speed, and F-Stop in order to shoot interesting photos. You should learn to manually focus lenses to expand your range of what types of photos you can shoot.