Category Archives: Tutorials

In Praise Of Live View

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Tweet What exactly is Live View? Why do we need Live View, especially when we have lived without it for so many years? Is it just one of the newfangled features that puts some more pressure on our learning curve? Or, is it really a useful feature that could enhance…

Pin-up Photography

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Tweet Pic A Having crossed over 20 active years in commercial photography, Dilip Yande says his forte is Fashion and Portrait photography. He believes variety is the spice of life, and to keep himself motivated he does a lot of tabletop as well. For Dilip, names like Rembrandt, Renoir, Gauguin,…

10 How to Tips

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Tweet 1. The camera LCD Monitor is much brighter 1 How to adjust your camera’s LCD brightness I have yet to come across a digital camera’s LCD that is not overly bright. May be this is a marketing decision (so that even your underexposed images look fairly okay on the…

Build Quality

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Tweet Readers of SP will be well aware that in all our camera reviews, we talk about build quality as one of the important features that to make an overall good product. But what exactly is build quality? A number of factors are to be considered before concluding that a…

Canon PIXMA PRO-10-The Middleweight!

Tweet Professional photo printers come in various sizes, specifications, and prices. Canon has printers ranging from A4 to large format commercial models. The company recently launched three A3+ professional photo printers in the PIXMA range — the PRO-1 (12-colour), PRO-10 (10-colour), and PRO-100 (8-colour). Here we are reviewing the PIXMA …