We have all come across the limitations of our camera sensors, many times. It manifests itself, in particular, with blown highlights – those areas of intense brightness within an image that were too bright for the camera’s sensor to deal with. But it’s not difficult to overcome these limitations. You can use 6 simple ways to extend the dynamic range of your photos.
We at Light Stalking, like many other photographers, love the Golden Hour. And what’s not to like? Beautiful yellow/orange light, long soft shadows, and silhouettes, it’s a beautiful time of day and simply the most magical light if captured correctly. Sometimes though, are you a little underwhelmed when you see the final image on your […]
Those of you with more than a passing interest in smartphone film making will undoubtably heard of Filmic Pro. It is an app designed to get the very best video quality out of high end Apple and Android phones. It first shot to prominence in 2015, when it was used to capture the award winning […]
Any half serious mobile photographer is eventually going to be curious about the best photography apps for their phone.
Covid 19 is having an effect on many industries including photography. Here is how the stock world is dealing with it.
It’s a fact that even the most beautifully composed image will fall apart if it includes a dull, lifeless sky. A great sky, on the other hand, can boost the impact of an image immensely. The problem is that we are at the mercy of Mother Nature and she is not always forthcoming about giving us the sky we need. Today we are going to look at some ways to improve your skies using Lightroom.