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Commemorating Dad’s Happy Father’s Day

ArticleBuying Guides Gear Guides & Reviews - by Frank Walker, June 11, 2014

What’s the best way to celebrate Dad on his special day? Shoot pictures and videos that create timeless memories!

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TAGS: canon,  Olympus,  filter,  tips,  sigma,  sharp,  stabilization,  outdoors,  outdoor lighting,  sharpness,  outdoor photography,  steady,  tip,  cameras,  gifts,  stabilize,  tiffen,  Tamron,  tips and tricks,  Manfrotto,  gift ideas,  Steadycam,  outdoor,  Stabilizer,  Nikon,  Steadicams,  Fathers Day,  Gift 

Get Tack Sharp Focus with the Zeiss Otus 55mm f/1.4 Lens

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ArticleAdoramaTV - Product Reviews Gear Guides & Reviews - by Diane Wallace, October 16, 2013

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Take a look at the Zeiss Otus 55mm f/1.4 Lens. Not only does this beautiful lens offer tack sharp focus, it creates great transitions between darks and lights

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TAGS: sharp,  lenses,  lens,  Zeiss,  Adorama TV,  Product Profile 

Now You Can Have a High-Quality Digital Projector at a Surprisingly Affordable Price

New Buying Guide for Holidays 2012

ArticleTV and Home Entertainment Gear Guides & Reviews - by Gregory Quick, November 2, 2012

Once a premium-priced item, the latest generation of digital projectors show outstanding quality while prices are dropping. Some cost about as much as a smart phone! Here are some of the best digital projectors available now.

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TAGS: sharp,  sony,  LG,  Optoma,  Digital Projector,  Vivitek 

Close-ups: Getting a Sharper Image

How to shoot up close and get tack-sharp results

ArticleMacro Photography Techniques and How-Tos - by Allen Rokach with Anne Millman, June 20, 2011

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The biggest challenge photographers face when shooting nature close-ups is how to get a sharp image.

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TAGS: tripod,  macro,  close-up,  macro photography,  sharp,  sharpest aperture,  sharpening,  Focus on Macro Photography 

All About Anti-Shake Technology

Another low-light photography advantage

ArticleComposition and Exposure Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, March 9, 2011

Anti-shake technology has improved since it was introduced over ten years ago and has helped to reduce shaky photos. What, exactly, is it?

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TAGS: vibration reduction,  sharp,  shake,  image stabilization,  handheld,  anti-shake,  Focus on low light photography 

Simulating Shallow Depth of Field and Sharpening

How to use Adobe Photoshop's High Pass for selective focus

ArticleDigital Darkroom, Post-Processing & Printing Techniques and How-Tos - by Diane Miller, January 19, 2009

A rose I had planted recently bloomed for the first time and I was struck by the beauty of one of the buds. I wanted to shoot a shallow depth of field image with only the center of the bud sharp.

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TAGS: photoshop,  adobe,  sharp,  adjustment,  selective focus,  depth,  high pass 

Boost ISO for Sharpness

Reduce shake, increase depth of field

ArticleComposition and Exposure Techniques and How-Tos - by Jason Schneider, November 22, 2007

Some compact digital cameras set a higher ISO automatically as part of their anti-shake program, but many do not.

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TAGS: digital,  camera,  sharp,  handheld,  ISO,  image 

Focus With Precision

Assure accurate sharpness

ArticleQuick Photography Tips Techniques and How-Tos - by Jason Schneider, November 11, 2007

Many pictures are quite sharp, but not as sharp as they should be in the right places.

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TAGS: DSLR,  close-up,  focus,  digital SLR,  sharp 

For Sharp Shots, Use Flash

A blast of flash can keep your snapshots sharp in the dark.

ArticleQuick Photography Tips Techniques and How-Tos - by Jason Schneider, October 22, 2007

When you use your camera's built-in flash, or a dedicated shoe-mount accessory flash unit, the length of the exposure is determined by the duration of the flash itself rather than the camera's shutter.

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TAGS: digital,  flash,  sharp,  shake,  shoe-mount 

How anti-shake can sharpen your shots

Take advantage of this amazing technology and you'll be going steady in no time

ArticleOutdoor and Travel Techniques and How-Tos - by Jack Howard, January 16, 2006

Don't get me wrong: Anti-shake technology, either built into a lens or a camera body's image sensor, is amazing. It has become invaluable in low-light situations when it is not possible or practical to set up a tripod or use a flash. But it can't un-shake everything.

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TAGS: adorama,  sharp,  shake,  image stabilization 

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