Ultimate Guide: Digital Photography

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If you’re ready to take your digital photography hobby to the next level, we have several articles to help you grow your skills. Whether you’re happy to stick with your smartphone camera, or learning to use a DSLR camera, you can benefit from the tips and tricks below.

Digital photography doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to invest in a new camera. Learn how to take amazing photographs with a tool you’ve always got on hand – your smartphone! Our beginner’s guide takes you through settings, lighting, even apps that an help you get the best results from your smartphone camera.

Now that you’ve gone over the basics of smartphone photography, it’s time to get in a little closer. Explore the world from a new perspective with only your iPhone and a lens or two. Find out which settings are the best to use for macro digital photography with an iPhone and start snapping!

If you’ve discovered a love of digital photography through your smartphone, you may be ready to get a DSLR camera. We’ve got a list of reasons why you should upgrade, not the least of which is greater creative control.

You’ve invested in your first DSLR, now what? Here are tried and true tips to help you develop your digital photography skills with a DSLR camera. You’ll want to read everything you can get your hands on, and this is a great place to start.

You’ve tried smartphone photography and have used a DSLR camera; what would be the next step in digital photography? A drone camera! Imagine the shots you could capture from a drone. We’ve got the inside scoop on drone camera technology and which type of drone camera might be right for you.

Smartphone accessories for summer should help you make memories, right? Among other things, we recommend some great clip-on lenses for smartphone digital photography. Head out into nature and take some amazing photographs this summer.

If you print your own pictures, or want to, here’s what you need to know when shopping for a printer. You’ll need to consider the quality of the images you want to print, as well as the cost of printer ink.

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