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Light It Up! Techniques for Dramatic Off-Camera Flash

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to use a flash, get it off your camera, and perhaps combine it with another flash or two and get creative with adding

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SIGMA 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM Art

The Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM Art lens is a premium lens designed for full frame cameras and will also work with APS-C sensors with an effective increase in

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SIGMA USB Dock

By connecting a SIGMA Art, Contemporary, or Sports lens to a computer with the SIGMA USB DOCK, photographers can update the lens firmware and adjust focus position and other parameters.

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SIGMA Mount Converter MC-11

A new device that expands the possibilities of lenses, making them more valuable than ever. The new MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 allows you to use your SIGMA EOS mount interchangeable lenses

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SIGMA Optimization Pro

SIGMA Optimization Pro is the dedicated software that enables you to connect lenses from new product lines to your computer via SIGMA USB Dock, and to customize the lens with

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Sony Alpha A7 III vs Sony Alpha A7R III

Here we are comparing two Pro Mirrorless cameras by Sony. Both cameras have Full frame sensors but Sony A7 III has a 24.0 MP and Sony A7R III has a

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Canon 5D Mark III VS Canon 5D Mark IV

Here we are comparing two Semi-Pro DSLR cameras by Canon. Canon 5D Mark III has a 22.0MP Full frame sensor whereas Canon 5D Mark IV has a 30.0MP Full frame

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Canon Extension Tubes

A simple way to shoot close-up photos is to use an extension tube.  Macro lenses are cool, they allow you to get in really close to your subject and can

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Westcott Apollo Deep Umbrella

The 43” (109 cm) Apollo Deep Umbrella is a high-quality softbox ideal for on-the-go photographers. With an umbrella-style frame, this deep octabank setup instantly without additional speedrings or mounts. This

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Basic Lighting Diagrams

Rembrandt lighting Similar to short lighting. The light must be at a 45 degree angle from the model. The model must should look at the space between the flash and the camera.

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