The Phoblographer’s Most Popular Posts for 2014

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This year, we’ve worked on diversifying the Phoblographer’s content to go along with cultural trends and the art world while continuing to try to bring you the best news, tutorials and reviews that we can. And this year was our best yet.

Here are our most popular posts for the year of 2014.

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This is What Warped Tour Musicians Look Like Before and After They Perform
Peter Lik’s “Phantom” Image Sells for $6.5 Million
Reviews Index
Five Lenses for The Discerning Landscape Photographer
Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz’s Splash Heroes Uses Liquid To Create Costumes (Slightly NSFW)
Five Lenses With Bokeh to Drool Over
The Best Budget Lenses
4 Lenses Every DSLR Owner Should Snag
Creating the Photograph: Jaroslav’s, “Milky Pinups”
Useful Photography Tip #83: The Secrets Behind Making Your Images Look Sharper
Review: Olympus OMD EM10
15 Affordable Items That Can Make a Difference with Your Photography
Five Lenses to Adapt to the Sony A7 and A7r
Review: Sigma 50mm f1.4 DG HSM Art (Canon EF)
This is Why Your Pictures Suck
10 Horrible Excuses For Not Paying a Professional Photographer
20 Reasons to Love Your 50mm Lens
Shooting a Wedding with the Fujifilm XT1
Reasons to Stick to Your DSLR Over Mirrorless Camera
Nine Lenses to Give Your Portraits Extra Pop
Review: Yongnuo 560 EX II Flash (For Canon, Nikon, Micro Four Thirds and Any System)
7 Vintage Film Cameras We Wish We Didn’t Say Goodbye To
Review: Olympus 25mm f1.8 (Micro Four Thirds)
Six Great Cameras That Won’t Get Checked at a Concert
15 Ways to Get Better Black and White Images
The Phoblographer’s Guide to Fujifilm X Mount Lenses
Three Essential Lenses for the Beginning Micro Four Thirds User
Three Items Every Natural Light Portrait Photographer Needs
This is Why I Won’t Give You My RAW Files
No One is Making a Bad Camera, You’re Just a Bad Photographer
Why I Chose Fujifilm Over Full-Frame
Review: Olympus OMD EM1 (Micro Four Thirds) (Slightly NSFW)
Photographer Captures America’s Most Bizarre State Laws in Brilliant Series, “I Fought the Law”