Friday, 9 August 2013

Your Eureka moment with your camera starts now!

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What's the most important tip you were given when starting out as a photographer? We all have our different Eureka moments, and paying that knowledge forward to other photographers not only helps them grow, but boosts your camera karma in the process. So why don't you pick up the phone and call your friend, the one struggling with his new mid-range DSLR, and share that new shortcut you discovered in this week's newsletter!

There's still time to enter our competition to win a photo trip to Nepal... but only just! Don't miss this rare opportunity to go on assignment with the sight-saving charity ORBIS and document its important work at its missions in Nepal. 

Most modern digital cameras can be relied upon to get a decent picture most of the time, but making really great images takes a little more know-how, the sort of stuff that professional photographers know, but don’t want to tell you. In their latest guest post our friends at Photoventure gathered some of their best tips that the pros don’t want you to know.

If you’ve recently upgraded your camera or added an expensive new lens to your kit bag, chances are you don’t want to – and can’t afford to – buy them again. So what is the best insurance option for photographers to protect their camera and lenses against theft or damage? Our colleagues at PhotoPlus: Canon Edition explored the options. 

Close-up photography: creative ideas for photographing everyday objects

How can you make small things look good? The secret to creative close-up photography isn’t in the subjects you choose to photograph, but in how you approach them. And especially how you frame them. In this tutorial we explain some easy ways for photographers to make interesting pictures from just about anything.

From RF range to sync speed, there’s a lot to think about when choosing a wireless flash trigger. If you are looking to bring wireless connectivity to your camera and flash, look no further! We put six of the leading remote trigger systems to the test to see which is the best option for you.

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