Gannon Burgett

Gannon Burgett

Gannon first picked up a (digital) camera in high school. A few years later, he accidentally stumbled across the world of online writing. Over time, his two passions would come together to form the photography writer he is today. If he had not become a photographer, he most likely would have been pro hockey player or Formula 1 driver.

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These are the best ways to make your own animated GIF to share

Love sharing GIFs with your friends and peers, but wish you could make your own? Here's how to do so in Photoshop, or using a few other methods that don't require you to shell out a premium fee with each calendar year.

Here's how to make a watermark on any computer or smartphone

People copy images from the web every day. If you want to protect your photography from the prying hands of content thieves, consider adding a watermark. Here's how to make a watermark to keep your work from being shared without credit.

Sometimes size does matter: The 5 best wide-format photo printers

Sometimes it's nice to have something physical to hold onto in a digital world. Check out our current picks for the best wide-format photo printers, so you can take your amazing photos from camera to the walls of your home.

What are mirrorless cameras and are they better than DSLR cameras?

What exactly is a mirrorless camera, and what makes them so special? In this article, we break down the specifics of mirrorless cameras, including how they differ from the likes of a DSLR camera, and what kind of pros and cons are.
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Be the master of your own Insta-verse with multiple Instagram accounts

Whether you own a small business or have separate Instagram accounts for your five cats, we'll walk you through the process of switching between your multiple accounts on your Apple or Android devices.
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Save me: How to download Instagram photos from any device

Browsing photos in Instagram is one thing, but saving them is another. Until recently, it wasn't easy to get your pics and data off the 'gram and saved elsewhere, but now you can download Instagram photos with just a few clicks.