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  • ISO For Beginners
    The International’s Organization of Standardization, more commonly known as ISO is the numeric value system used for identifying brightness. Though it originates from film cameras the values have been continued in use with digital cameras, a welcome continuity. ISO At A Glance A quick explanation for the use of this setting on digital cameras isContinue reading “ISO For Beginners”
  • RAW and JPEG
    In this article we will be covering the differences between RAW and JPEG as well as the circumstances in which they are best used. What is JPEG? JPEG is the acronym used for “Joint Photographic Experts Group” which created the standard in 1992. It is a data compression system which causes a lot of dataContinue reading “RAW and JPEG”
  • External Hard Drives
    Technology is a wonderful thing, but a delicate thing. While it is convenient to rely on online storage, it is costly in the long term. Monthly subscriptions ultimately cost more than the upfront cost of external hard drives. For photographers and especially those working with film, file storage is incredibly important. RAW files and 4KContinue reading “External Hard Drives”