4 Ways to Put The Fun Back Into Photography

When I first started thinking about this article, the original title was going to be “has photography become too serious?” On reflection though, I felt that was a little too negative and photography should not be negative, it should be a positive, enabling pastime.  But why did I come up with that original title? Well, […]

A Review of The Sandmarc Tripod Pro

We love a bit of smartphone photography here at Light Stalking. Indeed, I and others here have written a fair bit about the freedom of shooting with a smartphone. One of the other topics I have written extensively about is my love/hate relationship with tripods. I love the low-light images that you can get from […]

Making Your Images Tell A Story

One of the key differences between a good shot and a great shot is that the great shot will tell a story. When we think of a story, we immediately think of a book or a film. A linear journey through a series of events.  But how can we tell a story in a single […]

How To Color Grade Cinematic Footage

Many of you will know that the video you can obtain from your photographic camera is often spectacular. Large sensors, high resolution, and fast lenses combine to make most still cameras powerful cinematic tools.  Like taking stills, you will still need to know the technical aspects, 180-degree shutter rule, file formats, bit rates, and the […]