Cheap Photo: LG 27-Inch 4K IPS Monitor 25% Off


As sensors get higher and higher resolution, it is more important than ever that the modern photographer have enough pixels on their monitor to accurately display and work on their images. While 1080p monitors are still most popular, photographers should really be looking into QHD (2k) or UHD (4k) monitors for the best editing experience from a resolution perspective.

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Cheap Photo: Insane X-T1 Deal, Save $400

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Fujifilm XT10 first impressions (8 of 15)ISO 2501-125 sec at f - 2.8

The X-Pro2 and X-T2 may feature Fujifilm’s latest tech, but the X-T1 is still a very capable and popular mirrorless choice and today we are featuring a deal on it effectively worth $400 off. This virtually puts the X-T1 into a ‘Buy if you have the money’ category for the time being. Such a killer deal on an incredible camera.

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Cheap Photo: Panasonic LX100 Savings And More

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Today’s scavenger hunt for deals has turned up the following specials; including some great savings on Canon, Olympus, and Sony tech. Also be sure to check out the rest of the available deals through our quick links, it’s a fast and easy way to save some major dough.

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Cheap Photo: Sigma Savings For The Budget Oriented Photographer


It may be starting to show its age compared to the competition. But Sigma’s 24-70mm F/2.8 isn’t a bad choice for a photographer looking to grab that popular zoom range on a budget. This is from Sigma’s pre-Global Vision line of lenses, so again, its old. But its more than capable of producing beautiful images, and again – its affordable.

  1. Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 EX (Save $150) – Deal

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Best Bokeh on a Budget: 16 Lenses Under $350

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Sigma 30mm f1.4 DC mirrorless extra sample photos (26 of 46)ISO 1001-500 sec at f - 1.4

When you’re looking for great bokeh, you don’t always need to spend lots of money on lenses. Sure, higher end lenses can end up having better bokeh, but through use of depth of field effects, maybe a flash and careful subject placement you can create images that have bokeh that pops.

We’ve scoured our Reviews Index for a number of lenses with great bokeh and that are available for no more than $350. Check these out!

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Canvas Prints: The Badge of Honor for Photographers


Every time I print something with the intent on hanging it in my own apartment as a decoration, I always choose canvas for great reasons. Providing that they have a matte finish, they absorb light very well–and if you don’t have gallery style lighting (and I doubt you do) then it offers you the most versatility overall. The tradeoff: the can be much more expensive than a print…usually.

Then there’s; a service that wants to offer you the best option possible at the lowest price possible.

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Getting Into Medium Format Film Photography on the Cheap

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Lomography LCA 120 product photos (1 of 7)ISO 2001-200 sec at f - 4.0

Those who state that they can’t use an APS-C sensor camera or smaller are seriously fooling themselves if they don’t at all want to experiment with medium format film cameras. Yes, you’re spending money on film and processing each roll, but you’re also forcing yourself to create better images with more careful and creative intent rather than sitting there shooting away. It’s one of the biggest pieces of advice I tried to teach at a recent workshop where no one came away shooting more than 24 images in a period of six hours.

Now here’s a big secret about medium format film: don’t need to spend a lot of money. Here’s how you can do it all for a couple of hundred bucks.

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