5 Advantages of Using Green Screen Technology for Your Photography and Video Production

July 24, 2017

Green screening technology can make the life of photographers and production crews much easier. Shooting against green screen has several advantages and offers a wide variety of creative options that one can use during the post-production stage. This is why professionals should try out this new technology to enhance the quality of their end product. […]

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Choosing the Right Cleaning Tools for your Camera Lens

July 18, 2017

Unless you are shooting in a studio every time, it isn’t unexpected to find dirt, rain, dust or whatever kind of grime on your camera. And with camera bodies and lenses costing up to thousands of dollars, it is essential for a camera owner to know how to take proper aftercare of their camera lenses. […]

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A guide for your photography business: How to successfully use outdoor banners

June 22, 2017

For any photography business, making sure that you are visible to potential customers and existing customers is crucial. Outdoor advertising can be the difference between a successful year and a failure. Last year, £3.7 billion was spent on outdoor advertising. It’s big business, and it’s understandable that you’d want a piece if the action. So […]

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GoPro Like a Pro – Tips to Take Amazing Photos and Videos

May 24, 2017

Are you ready to take photos like a pro? In this post, we are going to cover some of the best GoPro photography tips that will help you take kick-ass travel photos and videos. Make use of Gimbals to hold GoPro steady One of the most common issues that people have with the GoPro is that the photography and footage come […]

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When a Hobby Becomes a Profession – Making a Living from Photography

November 15, 2016

As this age is dominated by visual materials, young people can easily make their obsession of taking photos an additional source of income or even a regular job. Also, due to the tremendous growth of the number of first-class smartphones, you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to launch a career of a photographer. […]

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Fotor vs Canva – Designated Photography Platform vs Tried and True Designer

July 7, 2016

With so many online graphic designers and imaging platforms, how do you find the one which is perfect for you? In this review, we are going to check out two very different online graphics designers and imaging platforms, determining their strengths and weaknesses relative to the unique requirements of the internet savvy designer and personal […]

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6 Tips For Taking Better Pictures With Your Android Phone

June 19, 2016

Owning a smartphone makes it easier than ever to record the important moments in your life. But good photography is not automatic. You may have to pay attention to a few things for nice looking pictures. Follow these six tips to start taking better pictures with your Android phone. Choose a Phone with a Quality […]

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10 Latest Photography Trends to watch out for

June 3, 2016

With improvements in imaging devices and technologies, the photography industry has evolved rapidly in the last few years. That is why, photographers need to adapt to the changes and constantly upgrade their skills. Several new trends have emerged, which are shaping the future of this industry. Here are 10 latest photography trends that you need […]

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Tips for perfect Newborn Photography

May 7, 2015

Accomplishing an ideal newborn photo-shoot isn’t child’s play. There are many glitches and little bumps along the ride. But also bundled are several heartwarming moments and bursts of innocence. It involves teamwork from both parties – the parents and the photographer – to get everything just right. This guide will cover the things which must […]

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Photography: Mirrorless or DSLR?

October 9, 2013

You know me, being a gadget freak and reviewer of many things tech related on this blog, I get around a lot in the world of shiny things that runs on electricity. When it comes to photography, I started out with a DSLR camera some years ago. It was fun and I spent hours and […]

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New eBook – Download Vision is Better 3 by David duChemin or Get the Bundle

May 23, 2013

The VISION IS BETTER series is an epic collection of articles, essays, and tutorials about the photographic life. David duChemin shares his insights on the how and why of photography, visual storytelling, and life lessons learned along the way. Now announcing Vision is Better 3: Become a Better Photographer, Make Better Photographs—the latest and largest […]

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Mini-review: Case Logic SLR Medium Shoulder Bag (SLRC-202B)

May 8, 2013

Whenever I get my hands onto a nice product, I like to give a little shout out about it. Good quality products deserves to be mentioned. The Case Logic SLRC-2 02B is such a product. I guess I could end this blog post right here, now that you know I endorse this product 🙂  But […]

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Olympus OM-D E-M5 vs Sony NEX-6: Why I picked…

May 6, 2013

… the Olympus OM-D E-M5. Before I explain why I went with the OM-D E-M5, which I will just call OMD EM5 from now on, first let me give a little background story. I used to be a Nikon DSLR shooter (I still am, but I never use my Nikon gear anymore, so it will […]

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Free photography eBook: “Craft & Vision 2”

April 9, 2013

More Great Ways to Make Stronger Photographs You’re going to love reading this 45-page PDF eBook—and yes, it’s completely free (Craft & Vision likes to think of this as a random act of kindness to the photography community they so passionately serve). Inside you’ll find articles by six Craft & Vision authors, and nine unique […]

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New photography ebook: “Timelapse” by Dave Delnea

March 21, 2013

Dave Delnea’s newest eBook Timelapse – An Introduction to Still Photographs in Motionis an exciting eBook for photographers looking to shoot and process stunning time-lapse sequences! Timelapse takes a step-by-step approach to the important aspects of creating moving photographs. Dave discusses the following key areas: cameras and lenses, tripods and support gear, intervalometers, tethering, filters, and of […]

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Getty Images – Worthwhile for Serious Photographers?

March 6, 2013

As one of the most recognizable stock photography companies out there, it came as no surprise when it was valued at $3.3 billion last year. It has certainly provided a lot of value for those looking to buy stock photography, and an awful lot of value for the Getty and Klein estates… … but does […]

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HDR Photography – what it is and how to do it

January 31, 2013

The term HDR means High Dynamic Range and is becoming quite a popular photography technique to enhance images. Kevin from [tp lang=”en” only=”y”]Kevin Thompson Photography[/tp][tp not_in=”en”]Kevin Thompson Photography[/tp] is here to share a little more about HDR photography, situations that might require it and ultimately how to use it. Sometimes a photograph seems like more than just an […]

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Photography: Download Corwin Hiebert’s lastest eBook GROWING THE VISIONMONGER 2

January 14, 2013

New PDF eBook: Growing the VisionMonger 2, A Kick-Ass Guide for the Photographic Entrepreneur is the follow-up to Corwin Hiebert’s first Craft & Vision title. It’s a business management and marketing eBook for photographers of all levels and at any stage of growing their business. This eBook is focused on 20 business topics that can help […]

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Photo ebook: “Finding Your Eye at Home and Abroad” by Younes Bounhar

December 18, 2012

New PDF eBook  A Sense of Place is more than just a travel photography workbook; it’s geared towards helping you learn to experience a place more fully, see it with wider eyes, and photograph it more intentionally. Photography, for many of us, is all about learning to see. Younes Bounhar’s A Sense of Place, Finding Your Eye […]

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Sony NEX-5R – the best compact camera yet?

December 14, 2012

Maybe not the best, if price doesn’t matter. The Sony RX1 is a killer camera, small and with a full frame sensor, it’s absolutely gorgeous. But let’s be honest, who can afford £2600 for a camera? I can’t, but I can afford the £479 price tag on the NEX-5R and that price even includes an […]

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Digital Camera – Sony Launches Some Great Ones

December 8, 2012

Sony is known for making non – DSLR cameras and is one of the most famous brands. These cameras have a great reputation and their features are loved by many. Technology moves fast and one version replaces the other quickly, with enhanced features and beautiful appearances. Sony’s NEX series was a leap forward, as the […]

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Lightroom 4 Unmasked – Complete Guidebook & 50% off any eBook (3 days)

November 21, 2012

Download Piet Van den Eynde’s BIGBOOK: Lightroom 4 UnMasked (Save USD $5) PLUS – Get 50% off any eBook – No Discount Code Required (Sale Ends Friday Night) LIGHTROOM 4 UNMASKED This is a complete guide to Adobe Lightroom 4 and I know you’ll love diving into this beefy book. At 312 spreads this PDF is full […]

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My favorite Sony Cyber-shot™ digital cameras at the moment

November 20, 2012

Today I would like to introduce you to my favorite non-DSLR camera brand: Sony.My first encounter with Sony’s digital cameras was a few years ago when I purchased the Sony HX5V. It was pretty good and had some really great features. Since then HX5V is now obsolete because technology moves fast, but I’ve been told […]

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SLOW: The Magic of Long-Exposure Photography

November 14, 2012

New PDF eBook If you’re looking to explore the creative possibilities behind the slow end of the shutter dial, looking for some new ideas, or wanting a primer on intentional camera motion, panning, long exposure techniques, and the equipment to help you get there, SLOW is an excellent place to begin. SLOW is 64 spreads […]

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