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A little talk about lenses and their strong points

It was the end of 2013 that I first ventured into the realm of DSLRs with the purchase of the Canon 70D. Why Canon?? Why not Nikon or Sony?? Well honestly, my awareness was more with regard to the name Canon compared to Nikon, hence I opted for Canon and it was largely good fortune

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Which camera to buy : the intriguing question indeed !!!

Many a time we come across queries posted by fellow photographer enthusiasts asking a very common question, “Which camera is the best option to buy for an economical budget “ I thought I will share my views on this topic by way of this article. I was a die hard “Point & Shot camera “supporter

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Three ” Must Do’s ” Steps for taking care of your photographic equipment

It was in the last month of the year 2013 that I look a definite step into relishing and understanding my inclination towards Photography and as the months rolled by, I realised that there was much more than interest or hobby out here.  Photography soon became one of the most treasured activities of my life.

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My review of the Digi Cabi Dehumidifier

One of the critical points of owning and maintaining photographic gear which in themselves are quite expensive is safeguarding them from fungus attacks. The hazards of living in coastal region is the high level of humidity which is the persecutor to fungus growth. When exposed to moisture or high humidity, the fungus easily manifests on

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A journey called Mumbai !!!!

Mumbai !!!! It was way back when I first came to Mumbai. The memories and feelings are still vivid as if it was just a couple of days back, Konark Express Train No. 1020 Up, from Visakhapatnam chugged into one of the outlying platforms of the Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus erstwhile known as Victoria Terminus. The

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Graduated Neutral Density Filters

For those who are into landscape photography, there is something which is a very important asset in their gear accessory known by the name Graduated Neutral Density (ND) Filters