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Which EF lenses should you consider using on R cameras?

Since the EF mount began over 30 years ago Canon has made over 160 million EF mount lenses. That is a lot of lenses!...

What is the difference between Canon RF and EF mount?

RF mount is the new mount from Canon that is used on their lineup of full frame mirrorless cameras. EF mount is the older mount...

Quick Tip: Can your camera or lens get fungus from other cameras or lenses?

Have you ever left bread out a little too long and noticed mold growing on it after just a few days? Well, all the...

Are AI powered editors and fake Sky photos a plague upon photography?

Photo fakery has reached pandemic levels. Everywhere I look fake photos are taking over. They took over on Instagram, they are taking over on...

Scam Photography Websites You Should Avoid…

It's unfortunate what has happened to a lot of websites where 90% of the postings are basically paid advertisements, and anyone who speaks out...

How to speed up Lightroom for professional media creators!

What makes Lightroom slow? The truth of the matter is Lightroom should be a lot faster than it is, in fact, I'm pretty sure Apple...

How to make photos 10x better than “Night Mode” from iPhone or Android

In this post I’m going to show you how to copy and even improve upon night mode using any camera and Photoshop. “Night Mode” exists...

What is hyperfocal distance and how do you find it for your lens?

Hyperfocal distance may sound like something exotic and hard to understand but it’s not. Hyperfocal distance is simply the nearest distance you can focus...

Holiday Gift Guide for Photographers

Hi, I am Shawn Kenessey, editor in chief of Happy Pixel Club. I know a lot of you have aspiring photographers in your family...

How to Find Local Models For Your Next Photoshoot

Whether you are just starting to do portrait photography or you are a wanting to expand your portfolio with new looks, finding models for...

How to get perfect focus.

Getting focus is in theory very simple. You point the camera, you wait for the focus confirmation, and you take the picture. But as we...

Why you should use a flash or strobe instead of the shutter to freeze fast movement.

One of the things we learn when we start out with photography is that shutter speed can be used to help freeze fast action....
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