5 Simple Lens Effects You Can Make For Under $10

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We have all seen those really sweet shots on the web or social media where everyone is asking the photographer how they created an effect or produced a shot, and the answer is some silly item they had on hand at the shoot that they shot through to create the effect. It is counter intuitive to most of us, being used to the insane prices on everything associated with photography, but it is true, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to create sweet practical effects at your shoots. Continue reading…

Ultra Budget Bokeh: 10 Creamy Lenses That Won’t Break Your Bank

We all love bokeh, after all, what’s not to like?! Actually, there is quite a bit not to like in the form of digits on the price tag. The best bokeh is not a cheap thing to attain, but with that said, bokeh is hardly extremely expensive either. Many lenses that are extremely affordable can offer you bokeh that fights above it’s pay grade.

You want to save money, we want to save you money, but you also want the best bokeh for your money. If that is the case, than this is the list for you, 10 ultra affordable lenses that will give you more bokeh than they should for the price.

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Cheap Photo: Budget Camera Bundles For Beginners and Hobbyists

When professionals and advanced amateurs find themselves shopping for photography gear they are often looking for one or two items. Bundles and kits are usually pointless because they already have many of the extra included items. This is different for beginners and hobbyists though, who may just be getting into photography or upgrading a really old kit. Today we have some great budget camera kit bundles for you all to take a gander at, enjoy!

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Cheap Photo: New Savings on Fujifilm’s Flagship X-Pro2 and X-T2

No doubt the Fujifilm X-T2 was one of the most widely acclaimed mirrorless cameras of 2016, and the X-Pro2, despite being for a more niche market, did well in its own right since launching around this time last year. It’s rare for brand new models to go on sale so quick, but that is exactly what Fujifilm is doing until February 18th.

Fujifilm Deals

  • Fujifilm X-Pro2 Kit with 23mm F/2 R WR – $250 Off – Get It Here
  • Fujifilm X-T2 Graphite Silver with Battery Grip – $230 Off – Get It Here
  • Fujifilm X-E2 – $101 Off – Get It Here
  • Fujifilm Instax Wide – $84 – Get It Here

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Cheap Photo: Top Deals Heading Into The Weekend

There are some killer deals heading into this weekend, so if you are looking for some great deals on Panasonic, Fujifilm, or Anker make sure and check out the deals listed below. These are all major savings.

Deal Highlights

  1. Fujifilm X-T1 (Save $400) – Deal
  2. Fujifilm X-Pro2 – Save $150 – Deal
  3. Fujifilm 23mm F/1.4 (review) – Deal (Save $250)
  4. Panasonic G7 – Save $300 – Get The Deal
  5. Panasonic GX8 – Save $225 – Get The Deal
  6. Panasonic GH4 – Save $300 – Get The Deal
  7. Panasonic 35-100mm F/2.8 – Save $400 – Get The Deal
  8. Anker PowerCore 26800 Portable Charger – Save 50% – Get The Deal 

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Cheap Photo: Fujifilm Savings Are Back with Up To $400 Off!

Fujifilm is bringing back some big savings again here just ahead of the peak shopping season of the year with some incredible deals and savings for you all at up to $400 off. If you have been looking into the Fujifilm system or looking to upgrade your current Fujifilm kit, this would seem to be a really good time to take advantage.  You can find all of the Fujifilm deals, here. We have also provided some quick links to the biggest deals below.

Fujifilm Deal Highlights

  1. Fujifilm X-T1 (Save $400) – Deal
  2. Fujifilm 23mm F/1.4 (review) – Deal (Save $250)
  3. Fujifilm 90mm F/2 (review) – Deal (Save $200)
  4. Fujifilm 50-140mm F/2.8 (review) – Deal (Save $200)
  5. Fujifilm 35mm F/2 R WR (review) – Deal (Save $100)

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Cheap Photo: Leather & Canvas Bag Deals To Die For

I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for a better bag to carry my gear around in. The problem with many dedicated camera bags is that they aren’t good for much else, and the configuration can be limiting. A great alternative is buying a bag insert and using any bag that it fits in to carry your gear – and the best part is you can still carry other things too because its still a normal bag if you take the insert out.

Cheap Photo Deal Highlights

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