Photographers will be excited about the recent announcement by Kodak of the Ektra – a smartphone designed specifically with the needs of photographers in mind. Old timers might even recognise the name with the first Ektra being released by Kodak back in 1941. Things seem to have gotten a lot more sophisticated with the recent […]
Photography can be an expensive hobby – true. It doesn’t have to be, especially when you’re just starting! Let’s look at some photography gear for beginners that will get you motivated but not overwhelmed!
The Professional Instagrammer requires gear for their smartphone, photography no crosses borders across many mediums of camera. Here’s a guide!
Set loose your creative soul, and start experimenting with the unique opportunities fisheye lenses offer! This guide will teach you the “what, why, how’s” of using these fantastic pieces of gear.
Digital photography requires memory storage for your images, so having a reliable guide to buying an SD card is really important before you go out and buy. Make sure you’ve researched brands, price, types of SD card and retailers – just like with any purchase of camera equipment, do your homework and you can’t go wrong!
At Lightstalking, you can get the low-down on everything you need to know about Tilt-Shift lenses: How they work, why they do and real examples for you. Take your creativity to new heights and explore what the lenses can do and have fun with creating cool photography!
Photography’s an expensive game, no news headlines there! But buying used camera gear can enable you to have high-quality equipment for way cheaper. This means that you may not have the “latest” craze of gear, but you will have some excellent-quality professional stuff in your bag which you can use for years to come.
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.
New gear for photographers is an exciting and anxious time. We look into how you can make wise choices for purchasing the right gear, first time round. Like the old saying goes “Buy cheap buy twice” – this somewhat applies here too.
This week we have another review. It’s comes in the form of a complete portable carry system for all types of photographers – whether you’re out for a hike all day in the mountains or strolling the streets of Rome.