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How to Choose the Right Memory Card

While there are many SD (Secure Digital) cards available to store your images, here's how to choose one that meets your needs.

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Make Your Own Christmas Cards and Photo Gifts

Print out your own personal holiday cards, and wow your friends and family with thoughtful customized photo gifts.

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How to Get Rid of Red Eye

Here's how to prevent red-eye either while you take photos or while you edit them.

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Five Quick Tips for Better Holiday Photos

Follow this simple advice and take great photos at holiday get-togethers this year.

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How to Print Directly From Your Digital Camera

Your camera and your printer can work together. Here's how.

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Three Ways to Take Photos at Twilight

Get your camera out as the sun goes down for some gorgeous photos.

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Shoot Awesome Holiday Photos

Here are some tips for taking memorable photos of family gatherings and public celebrations this holiday season.

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Blur Photos Artistically With Your Camera's Zoom

Create a trippy effect with your digital SLR--no photo editor required.

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How Do I Convert Old Photos Into Digital Files?

Transfer old photographs from a shoe box to a computer box, easily.

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The 25 Worst High-Tech Habits (and How to Fix Them)

You’re doing a lot of stuff that's messing up your tech hardware--and your personal and professional life along with it. Here’s how to do better.

Frequently Asked Photo Questions for October

Dave answers questions about noise in high-ISO photos, capturing better color, recovering lost image files, shooting action at night, and more.

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Holiday Gifts for Photography Buffs: Digital Cameras, Flash Attachments, and Books

The holiday season is just around the corner--here are some gift ideas for the photography lover in your life (even if that's you).

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Improve Your Exposure in Tricky Lighting

Use your regular image editor and only one photo to get High Dynamic Range-like results from washed-out images.

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