In the technologically advanced world we live, emphasis is often given to new technologies and photography is certainly no different. Educational photography literature be in online or in books often revolves around capturing and editing of images, but little is discussed in the way of printing these images. Unbeknownst to many, printing technology in the shape of inks and photographic papers has also made great strides over the years, though the lack of readily available information often makes it difficult for individuals to take advantage of these.
Our friend Christopher O’Donnell has released yet another amazing eBook going in-depth on his approach to capturing his beautiful golden hour images.
By studying his camera workflow, you will learn how to critically analyze a sunrise or sunset scene and decide on the best method to use for your photography.
A few months ago we did a roundup of what we thought was some of the best photography apps for iPhone. Many of you wanted to see some Android love so today we do the same for Android. Below you will find 16 very useful photography apps, both free and paid, for your android phone.
One of the most common things most of us find in-front of our lens are people. Yet for many of us creating a portrait with that “WOW” factor is elusive. The journey from an average image to a portrait with soul is not a difficult one if you know a few fundamental secrets.
The iPad is becoming more and more a tool for photographers. With its amazing display and new apps coming out everyday, a photographer will find many uses for this amazing tablet. From apps for inspirations to planning your next shoot, the iPad has a wide range of tools that you can make use of.
Today we have collected some very useful photography cheat sheets to help save you save time and frustration on understanding things like exposure, manual camera setting, flash and much more.
Landscape photographer Christopher O’Donnell recently released another fantastic eBook, this time discussing the beautiful – and sometimes complicated – process of photographing sunrises and sunsets. The Golden Hours: A Guide to Photographing the Light of Sunrises and Sunsets is a comprehensive eBook written to help guide photographers through the unique challenges that this light presents.
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As a photographer today it’s never been more important to have a presence on the internet. Many photographer use services like Flickr or 500px to showcase their work and while this is great, it shouldn’t serve as your primary presence on the web. It’s important to start thinking about building your brand and the only real way to start that is to have your own portfolio site on your own domain.
Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned professional, sometimes we all need our memory jogged. It’s never a bad idea to have some convenient references handy just in case. I have listed what I think are some helpful cheat sheets to keep in your camera bag.
Ever wanted to document your latest lighting setup or maybe check out how other photographers are setting up their lights? Below are several tools to help you do just that.