October 20, 2020
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Sony launches full-frame mirrorless camera Alpha 7S III

Sony launches the pro movie and still capable mirrorless camera Alpha 7S III. The new camera has high sensitivity, expanded ISO up to 409600, 15-stop wide dynamic range, 4K 120p, fast and dependable autofocusing, and extra-strong image stabilization. The new full-frame 12.1-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor RTM CMOS image sensor offers blazing doubled readout speeds, superb
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These are the best wildlife photos of 2020

The Russian photographer Sergey Gorshkov received the honor of Wildlife Photographer of the Year awarded by London’s Natural History Museum for capturing a rare photograph of a Siberian tiger embracing a tree in Russia’s the Far East. The natural history museum recognizing the world’s best nature photography every year since 1965. He used a Nikon […]
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Take Stunning Wildlife Photography Like a Master

Getting stunning wildlife pictures is not as easy as to taking picture of animals in a zoo. Wildlife photography requires a lot of patience, better understanding of wild animals, having good knowledge in your camera equipment and the best camera gears for the purpose. This article will help you to capture the beauty of the […]
Buying guides

Best Cameras You Can Buy in 2020

In these years, buying a right camera will became a challenging decision, as so many manufacturers brought their fantastic imaging stuff with tons of features in an amazing affordable price. The best camera manufacturers like Nikon, Canon, Sony, Panasonic, Pentax, Olympus and Leica have their own  imaging marvels equipped with dozens  of features. Best Consumer
Inspiration

Photographer of the Day: Steve McCurry

Steve’s body of work spans conflicts, vanishing cultures, ancient traditions and contemporary culture alike – yet always retains the human element. Steve McCurry is an American photographer who has worked in photojournalism and editorial. He is best known for his 1984 photograph “Afghan Girl”, which originally appeared in National Geographic