Updated: B/W images can be stunning, and converting digital color images to B/W can produce some surprisingly good results – provided you do it the right way.
Can you really control the urge to browse shop windows, surf B&H, KEH and read the same lens test in a magazine for the umpteenth time? Is there a cure? There just may be...
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Frames per second or FPS can sell cameras. This seems pretty crazy to me. The average Joe does not need 5 or 8 FPS...
A great and affordable short telephoto potrait lens with excellent image quality for the price. I bought one used, and I love it.
Sometimes you need to go a bit berserk, do the unexpected and surprise yourself by breaking some of the rules
Scanning slides was once the primary way of getting images into computers.
Should you shoot in RAW- or JPG-format? Or TIFF? Or something completely different?
I know very well that the perfect histogram does not exist, but knowing what to aim for can be a great help.
When you start shooting digital, you may also start shooting dozens of thousands of images, and it's easy to be tempted to clean out once in a while. Don't!