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Spider Holster's Black Widow DSLR / camera belt holster review

Spider Holster's Black Widow DSLR / camera belt holster review by Dana Murph (3 years ago): There aren't too many new camera peripherals that do something truly new. Sure, quite a few of them complete a familiar task with more ease and less clutter, but the Black Widow by Spider Holster is an entirely new way to manage your primary or secondary camera. What's unique about this device is that it can be used by both professional...

Travel Photo Tips: using a 50mm F1.4 lens to redefine low-light shooting

Travel Photo Tips: using a 50mm F1.4 lens to redefine low-light shooting by Dana Murph (3 years ago): If there's one question I'm asked more than any other when it comes to DSLRs, it's usually one dealing with low-light shooting. Being able to effectively capture a scene in dimly lit situations (or at night altogether) is one of the toughest things to do in photography. Even if you have a flash, you have to be careful when firing it if you don't...

Geotagging your travels: why you should, and how to do it

Geotagging your travels: why you should, and how to do it by Dana Murph (3 years ago): Even casual travelers know the wonders of GPS. It's hard to imagine how we functioned on the road just a few years back without a satnav at our disposal, and now that our smartphones are also well equipped to guide us from point A to point Z (and everywhere in between), having a true sense of direction isn't quite as necessary as it once was....

Travel Photo Tips: Taking photos while skiing / snowmobiling, and keeping your camera dry

Travel Photo Tips: Taking photos while skiing / snowmobiling, and keeping your camera dry by Dana Murph (3 years ago): I recently embarked on a trip to Montana's northwestern corner, primarily concerned with a couple of things: enjoying a few days of skiing and snowmobiling, and keeping my shutter going all the while. Truth be told, it's harder than you might think. Managing to capture photos -- let alone ones that you'd be proud to show off -- in wintry...

Travel Photo Tips: What is metering, and how does it affect my pictures?

Travel Photo Tips: What is metering, and how does it affect my pictures? by Dana Murph (3 years ago): Up until now, we've covered three of the more basic, essential aspects of understanding the minutiae that goes into composing a photograph. While traveling, it's easy to run into vastly different scenes from hour to hour, making it all the more important to understand how and why your camera reacts the way it does. The goal here is to get you...

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