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This was the third of the Sigma ART series primes that I purchased (I also have the 35mm f1.4 ART and the 50mm f1.4 ART) and it doesn’t disappoint! A little quirkier and harder to get the most from than the other ART lenses I own, but it does produce awesome images. Once you get … Continue reading Sigma 20mm f1.4 ART – REVIEW
The Pinhole Pro X, as a pinhole lens, is great. It’s sturdy and reliable. But pinhole photography has huge drawbacks, and this lens has huge drawbacks. It’s a good lens… but pinhole photography is a gimmick, as far as I’m concerned.
You may be amazing with a camera, but if the thought of being center of attention as a professional photographer scares you, don't worry!
If we define a “professional photographer” as someone who earns money from photography, then becoming a pro is super easy! If, however, you define pro photographer as someone who earns a good, consistent income from photography, well that’s a little more difficult. But all you need to make it is determination.
Mirrorless cameras stand on the brink of becoming the industry standard, ousting the technology that has been the mainstay of all photography for nearly 40 years. But what's so special about them? And why is this happening now?
The Yongnuo 568EX III is, for the money, an amazing piece of kit. As with any budget kit, there are drawbacks, but if you have $100 in your pocket, not the $600 you would need for a Canon 600EX-RT, then you could do a whole lot worse than Yongnuo.
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Our Budget Pro Photography guide on how to save money on photography equipment - when to go for the budget options and when not to!
This is the eternal question for people starting their career in photography. Someone asks for a quote and you have no idea what to say... don't worry, we've got your back. Read on.
You don't need a degree to be a professional photographer. In fact, a degree may even be a bad thing. Take a read to find out our take on getting started in the industry.