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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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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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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