Instax Mini Canada Film! Just in time for Canada Day!

It’s a big year for Canada! In just 12 days Canada turns 150!

We just got some Instax Mini Canada themed film, but I haven’t had a chance to shoot with it yet (I’m certain it’s the same as the regular mini film though). Anyways if you have an Instax Mini camera and you’re planning on shooting it during Canada day then you should definitely pick up some of this fun film!

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7 Things You Need To Know About Electronic Viewfinders (EVFs) Back to Basics

What is an Electronic Viewfinder (EVF)?

A viewfinder is a part of the camera that you look through in order to frame your photo. Most DSLR cameras have what are known as optical viewfinders. When you look through an optical viewfinder you’re actually looking through the lens of the camera (the light is bouncing off a mirror and flipped through a prism). It’s really neat actually!

But with an electronic viewfinder (EVF), you’re actually just looking at a tiny screen (usually LCD or OLED). This may not seem like a significant difference, but having a camera with an EVF can make it a lot easier for you to learn photography. Here are 7 things you need to know about electronic viewfinders:

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6 Reasons Why You Don’t Need A New Camera

Buying a new camera is a lot of fun, but it’s not always necessary. Here are 6 reasons why you should skip getting a new camera.

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Before / After: Black and White Portraits Lightroom Editing Tips

Creating great looking black and whites in Lightroom is a lot of fun. It’s a rewarding challenge finding the right balance of tones. Here are a couple portraits with black and white conversions and some notes about how I edited them.

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Getting The Shot – Monument Valley Tips on a Roadscape Composition

Monument Valley is an area located on the Arizona-Utah border. It has a road going through these incredible rock formations, and you can stop at the top of a hill and take this iconic photo.

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What I Do When I Return From A Photography Trip A Rough Workflow

We recently returned home from a three month road trip through the Western United States. I thought it might be useful to go over the basic workflow I have for dealing with gear and photos after getting back home.

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Peak Design Everyday Backpack Video Review

****Note: I’m so sorry about the focusing issues with this video! I’m a little bit out of my element shooting outside of our regular studio.***
You can learn more / buy the Peak Design Everyday Backpack directly from Peak Design here

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