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On a Mission with NX300’s Hybrid Autofocus

On a Mission with NX300’s Hybrid Autofocus

Set your eyes upon San Juan Capistrano, an old Spanish town known as home to thousands of cliff swallows who return to nest there each year, and also as the site of one of the twenty-one Californian missions that are scattered along the famous El Camino Real. El Camino Real, translated as “The Royal Road,” connects all 21 Spanish missions on a single route and was originally created as a…

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A Summer Day with the NX2000

A Summer Day with the NX2000

Back in May of this year, we introduced the NX2000 to our Samsung SMART CAMERA lineup. This smart little device weighs in at just 8 oz. (228 g) but delivers major results when documenting your daily life.  The really great thing about the NX2000 is its 3.7” WVGA touch screen (the largest in its class). The full touch screen gives you not only more space to take a look at …

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White Balance Bracketing on the NX300

White Balance Bracketing on the NX300

The slightest shift in color may determine if you want to delete or keep the photo you’ve just taken. Balancing your color tone is a tedious job and you may not always end up with the color tone you like, even with the remarkable automatic white balance on the NX300 . Knowing which color tone best fits your image is important, and sometimes it’s difficult to make an intuitive decision…

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Child Portraits: Getting Down to Their Level

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Children are fast movers. Taking photographs of kids can be challenging, especially when they aren’t in the mood to “pose” for photos. As a specialized child portrait photographer, I’ve learned a few tricks that help ensure more natural (and more interesting) images. The most important thing to remember when working with children is to focus on getting the real moment of the image, rather than getting the child to do…

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Mini Masterpieces: Making the Most with Macro

Mini Masterpieces: Making the Most with Macro

Macro photography is a type of photography that amplifies subjects by taking photos extremely up-close. This can be used to showcase the details of an object or to make small subjects feel larger than life. While macro photography has hit it big with nature photographers who are given the ability to shoot everything from flower pollen nodules to the veins in a dragonfly wing, it has also held a special…

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Samsung presents “SOS Island: Survival of the Smartest”

Samsung presents “SOS Island: Survival of the Smartest”

SEOUL, Korea — August 5, 2013 — Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced the ‘SOS Island: Survival of the Smartest’ campaign, an interactive live-stream reality series. TV star and survival expert Les Stroud will train 16 global contestants for their best hope at surviving the competition at the center of the online video series. It will be shot and live-streamed from the remote “SOS Island” in the Caribbean. Viewers will…

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Colorblind: Tips On Shooting Black & White Photos With Your NX300 & Adobe Lightroom

Colorblind: Tips On Shooting Black & White Photos With Your NX300 & Adobe Lightroom

Seeing the world in black and white is an entirely different experience than we’re used to. A lack of color causes you to isolate a scene’s elements and examine them more closely. As a photographer, instead of looking at a rainbow of hues for guidance, lines, shapes, gradients, shadows, and lighting become your palette. Adobe Lightroom offers a variety of features that allow you to fully enhance your black and…

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