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Equipment Recommendation: 50mm lens!

This week we have decided to tell you about the amazing ability and range of the 50mm lens! The 50mm lens is called a “normal” lens because of the way it renders perspective that closely matches that of the human eye. Therefore, these images made with a 50mm lens have a natural look and createLearn More
  • 29 Mar, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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Show Us Where You Go

We have decided to start the new album called Show Us Where You Go! [A place to share your traveling photos and experiences] just in time for your upcoming holiday travels. We, here at the Right Light Photography, believe traveling is a very important part of life. Traveling takes us out of the box we all liveLearn More
  • 22 Mar, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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Photographer of the Month!

Building a photography community has brought the need to acknowledge photographers in their early stages of photography as a business who show exceptional work. Therefore, we are starting the ‘Photographer of the Month’ chosen by the Right Light Photography giving the spotlight to those in our photography community that deserve acknowledgement for their contribution, photographyLearn More
  • 15 Mar, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Wide Angle Lens

Tokina 11-16mm The Tokina 11-16mm is the best ultrawide zoom lens available for Nikon and Canon cameras and comes at an incredible price (25% less than comparable Nikon and Canon wide angle lenses)! This is a prime reason why we chose Tokina out of all the other brands. Tokina holds its product to a highLearn More
  • 8 Mar, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Flash!

Equipment Recommendations: Canon 430 EXII & Nikon SB-700 Nikon SB-700 Description: The Nikon SB-700 is a superb high performance medium size portable flash. We recommend this flash because it has incredible capabilities to make your flash photography simple, accurate, and gives you the ability to be creative with your shots. It can be used toLearn More
  • 1 Mar, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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