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The Best Camera Lenses for Spectacular Sunset / Sunrise Photography

What’s are the best kind of lenses to capture the perfect sunset or sunrise? Well, it depends on your camera body brand, your style of photography, the atmospheric conditions present during the sunset, and of course the type of shot you are going for. With that said, there are some types of lenses that can better enable you to capture …

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An Ultimate Guide to the Best Tripods for Photographers

Tripods are one of the most important pieces of photographic gear you can have. Unfortunately, it’s also one of those pieces of gear that many photographers don’t invest properly in. I’ve personally gone through at least 5 or so different tripods and I’ve used them all in harsh conditions (hiking through Nepal for weeks carrying my tripod, climbing mountains, travelling …

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The Ultimate Guide to Essential Landscape Photography Equipment

Landscape photography, even more than some of the other schools of photography, relies heavily on specialized supporting equipment. If you are new to landscape photography, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with choosing the right equipment. Be fear not, BetterPhotograph.com will help you choose the best landscape equipment suited to your needs and budget as of 2015. Putting together the perfect camera …

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How to Buy the Best DSLR Camera: A Complete Buyer’s Guide

If you are ready to get into the world of creative photography and you are tired of being boxed in by what the camera maker might think is the perfect camera for you, then you my friend are ready to move into the world of the Digital Single Lens Reflex camera or simply “DSLR”. What this means in easy to …

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How to Buy the RIGHT Digital Camera

Getting to Know Digital Photography Years ago, the average consumer had the choice between complicated 35 mm cameras and 126 and 110 film cameras. Yes, there were other types of cameras but these three held down about 95 percent of what was available. Then instant cameras by Polaroid started to become popular because you could see what you shot almost …

Aluminum vs Basalt vs Carbon Fiber Tripods – What You Need to Know

I’ve started this site with a bunch of tripod articles, so I figured I might as well continue in that trend with a look at the difference between Aluminum, Basalt, and Carbon Fiber tripods. Anyone who’s serious into photography (especially landscape, wildlife, or macro photography, and to a lesser degree, portrait photography) will eventually buy a tripod. It’s a given …

Complete Guide to Manfrotto Tripods

Any halfway serious photographer is sooner or later going to conclude that he or she needs a photographic tripod. What is a tripod? It is a stand designed to hold a camera stationary and steady so that the camera operator can pay full attention to other considerations while the camera remains posed correctly for a shot. As the name suggests, …