Enjoy photography! At Photoxels, our goal is to help you improve — and therefore enjoy — your photography.
In that respect, we ensure that our tutorials are both easy-to-understand and immensely practical.
You won’t find much, if any, technical graphs and jargons on the pages of Photoxels. Photography terms are explained using everyday language. We talk to you as though we were facing each other over coffee (or tea) sitting on the outside patio of a quaint bistro. It’s more a friendly conversation than a boring lecture.
Practical, Immediately Usable
What makes our tutorials different from so many out there is that we not only research each subject thoroughly, but we also try it first ourselves to see if — and how — it works, then refine, personalize and only when we feel happy with the results do we set pixels to screen to bring you a tutorial that we know just works. Yep, like you, we’ve read too many articles that masquerade as tutorials — but are in fact just text copied from the Internet and accompanied with pictures copied from Flickr or another social site. Anybody can do that. But we believe we should not teach something until we have tried it first ourselves and have the pictures to prove it. The theory is easy, well-known and reading about it won’t make anyone a better photographer. So we bring you practical advice that has been tried and tested.
OK, now we have to cover some legalese…
Disclaimers: Our Errors & Making Your Own Decision
Though we try to be very careful about the information we put on this site, errors may creep in and manufacturers may change specifications. Included accessories and available colors vary by country. Please verify with the manufacturer’s site for the latest specifications before making a purchase.
Readers also often ask us for digital camera recommendations. We cannot recommend which digital camera is the best one for you because there are too many personal variables to consider. We try to cover all the best digital cameras and provide a number of independent reviews for each camera you may be interested in. When we recommend a product, it’s because we like it — you and other reviewers may have a different opinion. And that’s fine. So, do not base your purchase decision on our personal opinions or that of only one reviewer; we all have personal bias, so by all means, get a second opinion. You are the best person to decide which digital camera is best for you.
The products that are reviewed on this site are mostly loaned to us by the manufacturers, after which the products are returned to the manufacturers. A review is usually based on an actual production model, is unbiased and a result of actual use and testing of the product during the loan period.
Sometimes a manufacturer will allow us to keep a product that we have reviewed (small items, downloaded software) and we will clearly disclose this as per the FTC’s guidelines on what is considered an endorsement. If a manufacturer pays us to blog about a product, we will clearly mark it as a “SPONSORED POST” (though we often post something for no monetary gain simply because we feel it can help our readers).
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- Other than this explicit usage, content and images may not be reproduced, distributed, used as framed photos or in other paper or digital form without the express written consent of Photoxels.
- You may link back to one of our articles and copy a portion of it (no hard and fast rule how many words, but be reasonable: one short paragraph, and certainly not a whole page) or paraphrase it — as long as you clearly link back to the original article in question. You may not link to our site inside a frame on your site or give the impression any of the content on this site originates from your site. All content and images (including screen capture) are copyrighted and may not be used without permission of the editors of Photoxels.
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— Updated October 5, 2020
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There, we got the obligatory legal stuff out of the way!
From day one, this site has been independently supported by the ads on these pages and by your purchases through the advertisers on this site. We earn a small commision from every purchase you make. You have to surf through the links on our site, and you are not limited to purchasing digital cameras only: CDs, DVDs, books, toys, apparel, even pots and pans — anything on Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk, B&H Photo Video, Adorama (and our other advertisers), including the proverbial kitchen sink, is game.
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