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Get a weekly serving of photographic insight, instruction, and inspiration from photographer, teacher, and author Ben Long.
Explore the creative options and challenges presented by backlighting in photography.
Learn about your rights as a photographer, from what and where you can shoot and how those photos can be published, to getting releases and respecting other's copyrights and trademarks.
Learn what copyright means to photographers and the correct steps to registering and defending your copyrights in the Internet age.
Get the most out of one of the best camera phones in the world, the iPhone 5s.
Learn the concepts, tools, and techniques for lighting with flash—from improving built-in flash results to shooting with wireless off-camera flash.
Learn how to use your Canon 5D Mark III digital SLR—and improve your photography in the process—with this guide to the camera features, controls, and exposure options.
Learn how to use your Nikon D800 digital SLR—and improve your photography in the process—with this guide to the camera's features, controls, and exposure options.
Photographer and teacher Ben Long shows how to use Capture NX2—the Nikon nondestructive photo-editing software—to review, enhance, and print photos.
Details the features, controls, and options in the Canon Rebel T3i.
Details the features, controls, and options in the Nikon D5100.
Details the features, controls, and options in the Canon EOS D60.
Photographer and author Ben Long details the features, controls, and options in Nikon's popular D7000.
Shows how to understand, choose, and properly use lenses.
Understand how shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings relate to one another, and how these settings expand your artistic options with any photograph.