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Wedding Photography, Travel Photography, Stock Photography, Studio Lighting, Digital Darkroom, and the list continues... Just getting started with photography and interested in learning photography basics and tips on photography? Are you a more advanced photographer interested in learning about studio lighting, portrait photography, post-production and digital darkroom skills? Photo.net covers the basics of photography, interesting columns about photography and everything in between you might want to learn about. Dig in.

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Sports Photography Tips from New York Film Academy Read More

Sports Photography Tips from New York Film Academy

From shooting a marathon to an indoor basketball game, here are a few tricks of the trade and thoughts on shooting sports.

Which DSLR Camera Is Right for Me? (Video Tutorial) Read More

Which DSLR Camera Is Right for Me? (Video Tutorial)

Are you in the market for your first DSLR camera? With this video tutorial you will learn what factors to consider so you can narrow down your options.

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25 Exhilarating Photos of Airplanes Read More

25 Exhilarating Photos of Airplanes

By land and by air, photo.net members have captured stunning shots of airplanes at soaring heights, performing incredible stunts, and in breathtaking locales.

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Tamron 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 DI VC PZD Lens Review Read More

Tamron 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 DI VC PZD Lens Review

Are you looking for a lens that is ready for anything? Tamron recently released their 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 DI VC PZD lens and they are calling it the "innovative all-in-one zoom."

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Equipment Basics (Video Tutorial) Read More

Equipment Basics (Video Tutorial)

This video tutorial introduces the basic equipment--from extra lenses and tripods to reflectors and flashes--that you may want to invest in when getting started with your first DSLR.