Now that Silver Efex Pro 2 is really becoming somewhat of a serious rival to Adobe’s Lightroom, it’s no wonder people are curious to know how their post production could be improved within Google’s Nik Collection.
These photography links will quite honestly blow your mind, so be sure to have a drink and chair ready to sit back and enjoy the ride! Toad Hollow strikes!
Learning how to take pictures of mist and fog is a skill which can be developed with some practice and a little guidance. Improve your mist and fog images here with this fantastic guide! These techniques are for anyone willing to get up and out early and capture the fresh beauty of the outdoors.
It’s always interesting seeing what “works” with an audience in photography. Flickr provides a great opportunity to trawl through a bit of that and their yearly “top 25” is a great chance for photographers to get a few “data backed” tips on how to wow an audience. Image Credit: SpaceX 2015’s top 25 from Flickr […]
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 idea of having the ultimate photography experience is that it builds your confidence and inner belief to go on inspiring and feeling amazing! Take a step back and pause for a moment in this crazy high-speed digital world, and really look at what photography is doing for you…and what you can give back.
We cover how the iPad 4 Mini for photographers, really stands true. Use the iPad mini for quick edits, a portfolio viewer, video monitor, planner & more!
One of the greatest shows in the photography world – Photokina 2016. This year’s been no exception to generating loads of buzz with exciting announcements!
Toad Hollow Photography have only been away one week and look what they’ve come up with for you to sit back and browse over – some incredible photography links!
The Professional Instagrammer requires gear for their smartphone, photography no crosses borders across many mediums of camera. Here’s a guide!