Mainstream photography has been around for over 100 years and you might think it and the artists who practice it would be pretty well established by now. But there are always going to be a small number of artists who break the bounds of conventional thought, master the latest technical innovations and find new outlets CONTINUE
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The Travel Tripod market has become it’s own sub-market of it’s big brother the standard size tripod. So it can be a little, if not a lot of work just to find the right one. From the relative new kid on the block Mefoto, to the always fun Joby Gorillapod and the old standard Manfrotto. CONTINUE
One of the most important things to consider when shooting portraits is selecting a lens with an appropriate focal length. Changing the focal length can have a dramatic impact on the look and feel of an image, so we’ll sort through some of the nuances in this article to help you decide which lens will CONTINUE
My Father has just bought a new car and, with great relish and commitment, has spent the last few weeks poring over car magazines, drooling over spec sheets and basking in the utopian drivel pedalled in the car brochures! It was in one of these that I noticed a whole page devoted to the optional CONTINUE
Daily readers of this site already know how I feel about sharpness. Sharpness is vital to professional photographers who make large prints, but beginners probably will not notice much of a difference between a razor-sharp photo that they view on a computer screen compared to a fairly-sharp photo that they view on a computer CONTINUE
One of the first lessons you learn when you graduate from taking snapshots to taking photographs is that cameras don’t see the world the way our eyes do. The difference between our view of the world and our camera’s view can be frustrating at first. Color temperature is one of the ways that our camera CONTINUE