Just it’s name suggests cigars, 1950’s cars and of course Fidel Castro. Situated just 90 miles south of the Florida Keys, yet for all intents and purposes a different world, Havana is a photographer’s playground. From its people to its history, the city is so intensely rich in photographic possibilities, that it would be impossible […]
Author: Jason Row
Jason has more than 35 years of experience as a professional photographer, videographer and stock shooter. You can get to know him better here.
One of the first things you are told by non-photographers when you buy your first serious camera is “don’t shoot straight into the sun”. Listen to this advice and you will be missing out on some the most emotive and powerful images photography can provide. So what is a silhouette? Oddly, the original term comes […]
As with other recent incarnations of Photoshop, Adobe have released a beta version of their latest image editing software. You can grab yourself a copy from Adobe here If you don’t have one, you will need to register an Adobe account as once installed the software will connect with Adobe via the internet. The beta […]
Before the advent of digital photography, there was no micro and macro in stock photography, royalty free was a little used term and image catalogues were large glossy books with just a selection of the best images. To purchase an image you either asked one of the library’s researchers to look for it or you […]
Most of us have seen those fantastic time-lapse sequences doing the rounds of the internet at the moment. The really high end ones introduce motion tracking to the scene, making the video’s even more compelling. For most of us however, purchasing and carrying around a motion tracking rig is a little beyond our range. There […]
Digital photography has brought with it a whole host of acronyms, technical terminology and undecipherable jargon, image resolution being one of the most mysterious. In this short guide we will attempt to explain and hopefully demystify the strange pixelated world of resolution. So lets start with what comes out of your camera. Your sensor is […]