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    CAMERAVERSE

    A Photographic
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    CAMERAVERSE

    Discover a Remarkeable
    Digital Universe
    through Cameraverse
    Cameras & Lenses

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    CAMERAVERSE

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Cameraverse is created by photography enthusiasts for photography enthusiasts! We sell new, previously owned and refurbished photographic equipment including DSLR cameras and lenses, compact cameras, video cameras, trail cameras, action cameras and a plethora of accessories including flashes, tripods, memory cards, camera bags and much, much more!

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27 Invaluable Benefits of Photography for your children

27 Invaluable Benefits of Photography for your children
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It is never too early to introduce your kids to photography! We do, without even being aware of it, when we show our kids pictures and photos even before they can talk.

Understanding how lenses work: Focal Length, F-Stop, Aperture & Crop Factor

Understanding how lenses work: Focal Length, F-Stop, Aperture & Crop Factor
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If you do not have at least a basic understanding of how lenses work then you are unlikely to ever get the most out of your digital single reflex (DSLR)...

BALANCING ELEMENTS: Part 2 in the series on Photography composition

BALANCING ELEMENTS: Part 2 in the series on Photography composition
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Photography has many “rules” which serve more as guidelines. Some of the rules seem to be the same and are in certain situations, however, these same rules may work in...

3 Secret Tips for the Beginner Photographer

3 Secret Tips for the Beginner Photographer
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If you’re at the beginning of your photography journey, taking your first steps and would like to know more, then this article is for you! In the next few minutes,...

Equipment needed for Vlogging

Equipment needed for Vlogging
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Back in the golden oldies, when people actually used to read something more than 140 characters, blogging used to be a popular trend. Blogging granted individuals the freedom to speak...

The Holy Trinity of Photography: Shutter speed, Aperture and ISO

The Holy Trinity of Photography: Shutter speed, Aperture and ISO
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Many people have the misconception that the automatic function on your camera is there to use as a standard setting. Well, I beg to differ. Automatic is great when you’re...

What is the difference between Photography and Photojournalism?

What is the difference between Photography and Photojournalism?
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If you’re someone like me, you might find yourself slightly out of place in the photography society, simply because you experience a different pleasure from photography to others. This blog...

Types of Digital Cameras – compacts to DSLRs to everything else

Types of Digital Cameras – compacts to DSLRs to everything else
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  True Compact Cameras / Ultra Compact Digital Cameras True compact cameras or ultra compact digital cameras are primarily designed to be easily portable and often fit into pockets and...

Types of SLR Camera Lenses

Types of SLR Camera Lenses
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  Few things in the world are as satisfying as purchasing a new lens for your DSLR camera or mirrorless interchangeable lens Camera (ILC). My strong advice is to start...

DSLRs v Compact Cameras - Sensor Sizes, Megapixels and Image Quality

DSLRs v Compact Cameras - Sensor Sizes, Megapixels and Image Quality
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This article will take a look at how compact digital cameras differ from digital single lens reflex cameras (DSLRs), and also explain where mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras fit in to...

All you need to know about DRONES

All you need to know about DRONES
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The rapid progression of technology tends to scare us at times, and rightfully so. A couple of years ago, when we heard the mention of drones, our minds automatically went...

Action Cameras, Sports Cameras and GoPros

Action Cameras, Sports Cameras and GoPros
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An action camera (action cam or sports camera) is a digital camera designed for filming action while being immersed in it. They tend to be rugged, easy to use and control and capable of...

The Definitive Guide to Buying a Camcorder

The Definitive Guide to Buying a Camcorder
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Which camcorder should I buy? Buying a camcorder, particularly your first proper one, can be a scary and confusing process! You can look around online and every camcorder appears better...

How to use a mobile phone for photography

How to use a mobile phone for photography
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  Mobile phone photography is one of the best skills you can have in this day and age. For those spontaneous moments that present the perfect picture, but no professional...

What is the Rule of Thirds in Photography?

What is the Rule of Thirds in Photography?
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Part 1 of Photography Composition Series by Jeanne-Marie Klopper explains the well-known  "Rule of Thirds" in Photography by using practical examples and pictures, making it easy to understand and put into daily practice.

What are Lens Filters in Photography?

What are Lens Filters in Photography?
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The purpose of Lens Filters: The purpose of Lens Filters is similar to that of wearing sunglasses. Sunglasses help you to see better in intense light, protect your eyes from...

Thanksgiving Crafts using Photographs

Thanksgiving Crafts using Photographs
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As part of Wendy Fourie's Craft Photography Blog Edition, she shares some of her favorite Thanksgiving crafts ideas involving old photographs. These craft ideas are perfect activities for kids whilst the parents take a fond trip down memory by filing through all those old and embarrassing family photos everyone forgot about.    

 

Photography-related Massive Open Online Courses (aka MOOCS)

Photography-related Massive Open Online Courses (aka MOOCS)
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Wendy Fourie speaks about her experience with using MOOCs. She also recommends some fantastic photography MOOCs for those looking to learn more about Photography, so be sure to give it a read!

Ross Frazer, the model turned photographer.

Ross Frazer, the model turned photographer.
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Ross Frazer is a talented up and coming photographer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. In this blog post, he tells us about his journey as a beginner using his phone, to a photographer who uses a DSLR and gets paid to do what he loves!

Manual. F stop. Shutter speed. Lighting. Rule of thirds. And so much more.

Manual. F stop. Shutter speed. Lighting. Rule of thirds. And so much more.
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As a third year broadcast journalism student doing photography for the first time, all of these terms were quite scary. I remember sitting in class thinking “I don’t even want...