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What You Need To Know About Drone Photography

Stunning views come from far-flung trips, high climbs, and hard to reach places, so as striking photographs. Twenty years ago, capturing an aerial image may sound like a military thing. But now, any professional or freelance photographer can capture aerial photos using a drone camera. For years, we witnessed how rampant the use of aerial photography is, and somehow it became mandatory for big events.  In this post, you’ll find everything you need to know about drone photography. These include tips on how to set it up, pre-processing, post edits, plus some ideas on how to capture vivid photos and videos.

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How to Sell Your Used Photography Gear

There’s no doubt about it, photography gear can be quite expensive. That new camera body or lens that you have your eye on will cost hundreds or thousands of dollars. Of course, other items like tripods and filters add up too. The good news is that photography gear tends to hold its value pretty well. There is a large market for used gear, and you might be surprised at how easy it is to sell your gear.

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Fact vs Fiction: Understanding Crop and Full-Frame Sensors

If you’re a beginner photographer, understanding the differences between crop sensors and full-frame sensors can be one of the most difficult parts of purchasing a camera, lenses, and other gear. There are many posts out there comparing crop sensors and full frame sensors, but in this article, our goal is to explain the basics about full frame and crop sensors in a simple and easy-to-understand way – and clear up some of the facts (and fiction) related to this subject.

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Best Travel Photography Lenses for Under $1000

Budget travel photography lenses are a hot topic. In today’s market, there are tons of great offerings and it’s sometimes hard to narrow down precisely what’s best. Really, what’s best depends on what sort of photography you’re into.

The lenses here assume you’re into a little bit of everything and want great images for less than $1,000. So here are some of the best travel lenses for under $1,000. We’ll look at a few DSLR lenses as well as a few mirrorless lenses. Regardless of what type of camera you are using, you should find something on this list.

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