If I had a choice for a lens that never left my camera body for travel and landscape shots, it would be the Sony 35mm 1.4, read on the learn why:Read More
A review of the Panasonic Lumix S1RRead More
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A review of the new Profoto B10 Mono-light (They’re awesome!)Read More
How the histogram on your camera works and how you should use it.Read More
A review of the new Aputure LS C300d portable LED video lights. (They’re awesome!)Read More
Combing ambient light with portraits can be tricky, especially if there is a large contrast between the subject and background light sources, such as a city lights and a flash.
However, this can be minimized by following a few simple steps.Read More
Creating a blurry background can be done a few different ways, but understanding and utilizing the aperture in your lens is a great starting point and will allow your subject to 'pop' off the background and illuminate distracting elements.Read More
Panorama stitching is a great way to achieve higher megapixels, get the look or a telephoto lens in a “wide angle” shot, or simple capture more of your surroundings. This tutorial will show you how to capture and create a RAW panoramic image using any DSLR with RAW capabilities.Read More
Perhaps you've been shooting your images in JPEG format for a while, but keep hearing that people shoot in RAW, and wonder, "well, I'm happy with the results, but should I be shooting in RAW for better quality?" Will it actually benefit me? "What's the difference anyway?"
This article will define and explore these questions and help you decide which format is best for you and particular situations.Read More
Including a sunburst (or sun star) to your photograph is a great way to make your images more dramatic and interesting. It can add that extra story telling element and create key points of visual interaction. The best thing about it is, that it's entirely done in camera!Read More