Sep 30

Hi there,

Hope you’ve had a lovely start to the weekend.

I came across an article that might come in handy if you considering buying a new camera, and though I’d share it with you.

Check in here for guidance of storage space, lens compatibility, lens resolution and more.

 

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Sep 26

What ISO speed, focus and aperture is ideal for night photography?

This read contains some guidance on these and other relevant settings.

Do you have nighttime photo tips to share?

 

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Sep 23

Hello!

Do you know what bracketing in photography is?

It cold help get you that ideal exposure.

Check out this article for more info!

 

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Sep 20

Hello there!

Summer has unfortunately ended, but luckily another lovely season is upon us. And with the beginning of fall we also kick off a new photo contest!

All you need to do to enter is upload a photo at Expono and tag it with fall contest 17.

Last day to enter is November 30 and first prize is the camera Canon D3300

Two people will also win a 1-year Expono Plus Membership!

Full details to be found here!

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Sep 17

WE HAVE A WINNER! First prize in our summer photo contest, a digital SLR camera, goes to Ulrika Jörgensen! Congratulations, we have sent you a private email for delivery of your new camera.

The two 1-year plus memberships with Expono has both been won by Jonas Lingvärn who had the most views and the most favorite marks. Congrats to you as well! Your account will be upgraded automatically.

A big thanks for all the entries 🙂

 

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Sep 10

Hello there,

Feel like freshening up your portrait photography with some new background ideas?

Then check out this article!

Do you have tips to share on the subject?

 

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Sep 06

Hi there,

This funny video contains a list of things that really bug us photographers.

Do you agree that these are the things that are most likely to piss off a photographer?

1. Shoot with their camera without asking.
2. Say their pro camera is “plasticky”
3. Ask them silly questions
4. “Constructive” discussion
5. Question their choice of equipment
6. Touch their screens and lens glass
7. Say they have an easy life
8. Offer them exposure
9. Asking if a photo is Photoshopped
10. Compliment their camera
11. Asking if they really took the photos

 

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Sep 03

Hi there,

If you’re fairly new to photography, and want to learn about crop factor there are some calculations that come in handy.

This read contains ‘the ultimate guide to crop factor’.

 

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