Photographic Techniques

Controlling Depth of Field

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Probably the better title of this article would be Depth of Field for the mathematically challenged. If you’re a moderately experienced digital photographer, you know verbally what the depth of field is: The range of distance from the camera in which objects appear acceptably sharp in a photograph. As photographers its of critical importance: When […]

Video

35mm to Video Adapters

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35mm-to-Video Lens Adapters With the introduction of video shooting capabilities on the Nikon D90 and Canon 5DMkII cameras, we decided it was time to add video equipment to our inventory, to be able to provide both photography and videography items to anyone dabbling in both arenas. Naturally, we added a couple of camcorders, video lenses, […]

Roger's Ramblings

The Camera vs. The Eye

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I generally write useful little blurbs for these columns: how to choose the right lens, equipment comparisons, etc. This is quite different, a bit of photographic pseudophilosophy if you will. It started after I followed an online discussion about whether a 35mm or a 50mm lens on a full frame camera gave the equivalent field […]

Photographic Techniques

Shooting Outdoor Sports

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Its getting to be Spring (at least in most of the country) and soon we’ll all be outside taking pictures. For a lot of people that’s going to include taking pictures the kid’s sporting events (or if you can afford the ticket prices, the professional sporting events). If you’re a professional photographer with a 400mm […]

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