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Pushing Limits – Using Unexpected Lenses to Push Your Creativity (preview)

Story and photography by Don Komarechka Modern lenses are marvels of technology and engineering. They offer Pristine optics at the highest resolutions, fast and accurate autofocus and image stabilization that allows us to push the technical limits of image making. They are also expensive, and can sometimes hold us back from certain creative workflows — […]

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Posted in Articles, Don Komarechka

Wild Side – The Right Lens For the Job (preview)

Story and photography by John E. Marriott One of the questions I’m asked the most as a wildlife photographer is: What lenses do you recommend for beginners, intermediates and even advanced photographers as they search for ways to become better at the craft of wildlife photography? The most obvious answer is that I recommend you […]

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Posted in Articles, John E. Marriott

Beginner Basics — Working With Telephoto Lenses (preview)

  Many landscape and nature photographers crave the experience that telephoto lenses provide. It’s usually the first new lens purchase after buying a camera. Shooting with a telephoto lens offers a different set of challenges that new photographers often struggle with; motion blur, incorrect exposures and out-of-focus images are commonplace. These obstacles to great images […]

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Posted in Articles, Don Komarechka

Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW (full review)

Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW I must be getting older, because a few years ago I wouldn’t have consider that a rolling camera bag might potentially be part of my camera gear collection, especially since I do most of my photography in the field. In my younger days I would just grab my large photo […]

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Posted in Gear, Mark & Leslie Degner

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f/2.8 Macro Lens (full review)

Review by Mark Degner Photographers like things that are familiar or comfortable and often shun things that are different. This can be said about photographic styles, techniques and equipment. However, this can also limit photographers in pursuit of their craft. Three of the products in this issue’s gear reviews fall into the category of different […]

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Posted in Gear, Mark & Leslie Degner