The classic film photography approach meeds the ever-accessible world of digitization in this comparison article.
Believe it or not, film has been making a comeback over the last few years. The hipsters have joined together and set their sight on the “retro” ideas of old Kodak—of darkrooms, enlargers, and vintage cameras.
Admittedly, they’re onto something. The personal handling of a photo causes the image to hold more meaning. The extra effort in tandem with the classic film-look can ooh and ahh pretty much any photo enthusiast. Continue reading
In this beginners guide to using high speed sync flash you’ll learn about simplifying this seemingly complicated technique.
Scenario: You’re at the beach snapping photos of your friend. The sunset is beautiful, so you want to include the bright sky in the background of the shot. The background look sort of cluttered, so you want to use a high aperture for a more ambient feel. For added action, you ask your friend to perform a cartwheel for the shot. Continue reading
Have you ever heard of a panorama? Sure you have, who among us has never stood on a mountain, above a valley, or in the middle of a busy evening street, experiencing the fullness of the moment before us, and as a photographer probably wishing we could capture the entire scene at once?
Indoor 360 degree panorama.
My purpose in this post is to introduce you to production of a 360° panorama – a seamless image that shows a scene all around you. For the more experienced and demanding reader I will also move to full equirectangularity towards the end. I will, however, assume this is the first time you have ever been introduced to a panoramic workflow. Continue reading
There is a debate in the community regarding the importance of mirrorless cameras (henceforth ML) in the market. The debate has gone from huge and hot to rather limited to people trying to prove a point in the past four years.
I consider ML cameras to be an incomplete system, meaning I find many flaws with it while at the same time recognize the sheer depth of their strong points.
Let’s Explore Some Of The Aspects Of DSLR vs Mirrorless Cameras In Further Detail!
Viewfinder and display:
Canon PowerShot A710 IS.
My first relevant camera, the one I started being creative with, was a 2006-7 Canon Powershot with an electronic viewfinder – EVF.
After a while I began to notice my eyesight was temporarily blurry after each use; that I could actually see the LED grid lines inside the viewfinder screen may have had something to do with it.
I have not often used an EVF since, so I may be unfamiliar with any improvements made in this area, but even when EVF try to mimc the infinity-focus you are still looking onto a screen inside the camera and your eyes (or mine) don’t relax as well. Continue reading
Why not be both an artist and a director in your next photo shoot?
Sometimes we approach our photo shoots as photographers, through and through, without a foundation to guide our ventures.
Although it is vital to go about creative projects with the mindset of an artist, we might find ourselves struggling with execution or falling apart due to lack of organization.
More personally, in high school I was forced into a situation where I had to shoot the entirety of a short film in one session. I promised my actors we would be done in four hours, which, as you might imagine, was a lie at best. Continue reading
If you want to make money with your photography you should consider using print on demand websites as one of your tools.
Nowadays, there are countless ways to sell your photography and earn some lovely cash. From offering stock photos to selling photo art on Etsy, the internet provides several outlets that can help you transform your passion into a source of income.
One option in particular has taken the art community by storm, showcasing a risk-free way to print and sell photography.
Read on to learn more about this modern method. In addition, I will recommend the best print on demand websites in the market!
What is print on demand?
Don’t try to convert your camera to infrared unless you are confident in your electromechanical abilities. Otherwise, there are businesses that deal with this sort of thing. If you don’t know what I am talking about read on, I will explain everything.
Does it ever bother you that we can’t see radio, or gamma waves? It sure bothers me, especially since what I do see is about 5% of the known radiation spectrum which means there are literally millions of ways to see the world that are just outside of my reach. Continue reading
If you are looking for a n uncomplicated guide to off camera flash photography, look no further! I know that breaking down the seemingly convoluted art of wireless flash photography may seem a bit daunting, but I think I’ve nailed it. Check it out…
The first time I witnessed a wireless flash in action, I was a twelve-year-old at some relative’s indoor wedding. As a young budding photographer, I was astounded at how intricate and fancy the system appeared. Two massive bulbs set atop black metal stands would flash at seemingly random times and flood the ballroom with light. Continue reading
How does an an advanced amateur photography get paid freelance photography jobs? How do you start a photography business and get it off the ground? Are you being asked left and right to take pictures of weddings, some company’s new hair product, the neighbors cat (for free), and it is starting to take too much of your time?
Well, aside from telling them to go bother someone else already (which, as we all know, never works) you can ask them to pay you. Which they don’t want to do, so they go bother someone else to do free work for them.
Let me explain why that is a good thing:
Cinemagraph Vs. Plotagraph – Which program you should use to add magic to your photos?
Every photography enthusiast should be amazed at the whirlwind of innovations that the industry has experienced. From flying drone cameras to built-in lenses that can zoom further than before, the world of photography is growing and become increasingly clever. Continue reading