Problem connecting Yungnuo RF-602TX to the YN560-III flash

I’ve been using the standard combination with the RF-602TX trigger and RF-602RX receivers with my old SB600 flashes.  When I finally got around to purchasing a brand new YN560-III with a built in radio frequency receiver I was excited to say the least. To my big disappointment when I
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Iceland Adventure

I wrote this in the spur of the moment when our plane was beginning the descent in to Iceland. “Rosy pink rays burst from the corners of the horizon gently to be washed away by milky blue shades of gray.  We descend in to the forgotten land of the great giants, to the sound of r
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Exploring South East side of Indianna

I am always eager to explore my surrounding areas in search of a great photograph and last week I’ve decided to go for a scenic drive around Richmond Indianna.  After a short un-eventful 20 minute ride I found my self constantly pulling over on the side of the road to take anoth
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5 Things Brides Wish Their Wedding Photographers Knew

An excellent post about what every professional photographer should know during the big day. “I have no idea what to do with my body when you are taking pictures. I am not the photographer—you are. I cannot see how I look— you can. Unless you instruct me exactly how to place every lim
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Testing the new Nikor 105mm macro lens

Just picked up this sucker at the local store. My first impression are: good size good zoom & depth of field tricky to use without a tripod and in low lighting [requires high ISO] the focusing and the fstop surprised me a little bit, what I am used to in other lenses is that when
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F1 model on display

A slick Formula One model was put on display @ the down-town core.  Feast your eyes on this.
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The Nikon lens alphabet

A great post by DtownTV D: Stands for Distance.  These lenses take the distance between the subject and camera into account for metering.  They have a physical aperture ring which needs to be locked. G: These lenses have the same technology as D lenses, but they do not have an apertur
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Upgrading your Nikon firmware

If you are a proud oowner of a Nikon camera and want to know a little more about what version of firmware is installed oon your system and ify ou need to upgrade have a look here.
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Thoughtful approach to photography by Andrew Kornylak

A great article about a leap and following what you love.  Andrew talks about his journey in becoming a pro photographer while working as a Software Developer. The article talks aobut taking your time and loosing your self in the moment.  I absoltuely agree with the statement “i
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Photos & Keywords

I’ve been uploading photographs for quite some time now and every time I have to come up with a list of potential keywords that describe the image. Obviously the better I describe the image the more people will get to see it. So here are some helpful ideas that you can use to de
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