This week we’ve got a fantastic review of the ThinkTank Video Workhorse 19. It’s a great travel bag for your video and stills equipment, let’s check it out.
Lightening the load when you’re traveling as a photographer is so important. This article will ensure you’re prepared to leave the computer behind and think outside the box! There are always compromises, but often a small sacrifice can mean a whole less tiring trip.
This article is where it’s at if you want to learn the art of using reflections to beautifully compose your images and really get some standout results!
Let’s look back at Travel Photography from the beginning and understand how the development of cameras and styles has lead us to where we are today.
Learning to transform your photography by becoming a more speedy & efficient photographer will be an invaluable asset to your productivity! By learning the skills of how your camera can boost your output will make you more confident and prove that your skills could land you work (whether you’re a professional or not). And let’s not forget, you’re only going to enjoy photography even more!
The photography industry has come a long way over the last 50 years but sadly some brands have faded with new trends and ceased trading altogether. Let’s explore some more about why iconic brands have collapsed and which ones have completely diversified their business.
Using custom settings can truly streamline your photography, especially where you have the need for various modes in quick succession. Your camera will no doubt have a multitude of options for you to choose from, and having some options available could really help you out.
Abstract Photography is a niche genre all on it’s own but, it’s not because it’s unusual – actually quite the opposite! Turning normal everyday things/places/architecture/patterns/reflections etc, into beautiful pieces of creative art.
Check out this latest review we have of the awesome Phantom 3. It proves to us that this (relatively) new area of photography is growing in popularity for good reason!
Learning how to compose images using parallels can really enhance your photography skills and teach you to stop and think about your images…