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Published in issue #5 of DIVE magazine

I love DIVE magazine in its new incarnation, very different to all the other diving magazines out there, more like a photography focused coffee table book. So I was very please to see that they've used one of my silky shark photos on page 9 of the latest edition, albeit cropped and uncredited, to illustrate an article about the listing of these stunning but endangered animals under CITES Appendix II. Very pleased that they've finally been given some protection, very please to see the image published... continue reading

Houses falling over

The title of this blog could collectively describe the majority of architectural photographic experiments that we receive every day. And the problem can be clearly understood by any of us, who has ever tried to get a building into the frame. The bigger the building - the bigger the problem.And this is exactly the core of ill-looking architectural shots - we, and our cameras are so small compared to what we want to photograph. We have to step back quite a bit to get all into the frame we want,... continue reading

Cropping - old issue, still ignored by most

We keep getting emails from buyers where they complain about poor cropping of images. Not poor compositions, but poor cropping in regards for file usability. We were asked to pass the following comment directly to our community —Received by feedback form on the site:I love your site and I've been using it for over 2 years now.Here's my comment - please tell all your wonderful photographers to PLEASE STOP cropping their photos. I can't tell you how many photos that I've... continue reading

Nikon D80 lens issue

Hi everyone!This is officially my first blog.I own a Nikon D80 and have had it for about three years now.I just recently purchased a used Nikon 35-70mm f/2.8D lens for sharper pictures.However, I noticed that as great of reviews as this lens received, the lens is not focusing well under auto focus with the D80.I purchased this lens because I wasn't getting sharp enough pictures with my other lens, and I thought it was just the lens.Now I am wondering if it is the camera body that needs... continue reading

And Another Equipment Issue. . .

Tripods!Is carbon fiber really worth the extra $?Currently, I use a Bogen-Manfrotto tripod (I think it's model 3021B).It's fine--tall, and relatively sturdy--but it's HEAVY.Hauling it around when I already have a camera body or two in hand is a hassle.I'm not super happy with the ball head, either (also Bogen-Manfrotto).It works, but it's not all that easy to adjust, especially with a heavy camera/lens combo.I've been checking out the Gitzo Mountaineer tripods, and even tinkered... continue reading

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