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The First Canon Lenses You Should Buy

Get more from your EOS camera with this exhaustive guide full of Canon photography tips.

75 Canon photography tips for taking control of your camera

1.Importing & Exporting - Like I said, the import/export part of LR seemed like rocket science to me. I was perplexed (don't laugh at me!) but it's like this...instead of opening your photo, editing and then saving, importing your images into LR will save your butt in so many ways. As a busy mom, I often spend my editing days jumping back a

LR vs PS: Still not sure? 5 ways Lightroom will speed up your workflow

Whenever I see this I have to cry. ;_;

Lets be honest if Bianca lived Nico would be the little kid he was but it would hurt Bianca more in this way

Canon EOS 70D is an APS-C sensor DSLR camera released in 2013. 70D is the successor of Canon EOS 60D. For lowest price, you can buy Canon EOS 70D here. Tod

Canon EOS is an APS-C sensor DSLR camera announced in It was replaced by Canon Recommended Lenses) in July Here are several recommended lenses for Canon EOS Standard Prime

Tips for Using the Canon 50mm F1.8 Lens — Live Snap Love by Audrey Ann

8 Tips for Using the Canon 50mm F1.8 Lens

Today I'm going to share some tips for using the Canon lens. I know that many of you will have this lens, because it's probably the one that most people go for when upgrading from their kit lens. When I first got this lens a few years ago, I

If you're an aspiring photographer, this post is for you! TONS of camera combinations at different price points. (Where was this when I was a newbie?!)

Tips+for+beginner+gear,+different+budgets,+upgrading+and+a+video+guide+too!++A+Bella+Pop+photo+tips+post.++ Great breakdown what you need by price plus cute camera bags. Really love how easy to understand for a beginner.

The cadillac of portrait lenses... actually, this is more the space shuttle of portrait lenses.

Prime or Zoom Lenses for Canon Nikon? Yep we have them all included Tamron Lenses for Canon and Nikon and Sigma Prime lenses for Canon and Nikon.