Hyperfocal distance, much like the “Sunny 16 Rule,” is one of those things that has arguably lost some relevance in the age of digital photography; the sophisticated metering and auto focusing systems built into digital cameras have helped make life a little easier in some ways. But there are times when some automated feature of […]
Quarantine. Lockdown. Shelter-in-place. Social distancing. These are just a few of the terms that have been thrust upon the world over the past few months as we’ve all been forced to adapt to a drastically different way of life due to the coronavirus outbreak. It has certainly been disorienting to suddenly be stuck indoors and […]
These tripod alternatives will ensure you get blur-free images even when your trusty tripod is tucked away safely at home. See how you can create sharp images whilst out and about using some imagination where otherwise you might have had to take home far less usable shots!
I think everyone wonders at some point if there’s a secret formula to alluring photography. An alluring photo doesn’t necessarily have to be a “great” photo in the sense that it’s going to be discussed with academic reverence 50 years from now; but it’s a photo that has some intangible, magical quality to it. You […]
I don’t know about you, but on days when fog or mist dominate the atmosphere I feel similarly overcome by sluggishness. Staring out the window into the haze, I figure I’ll just take it easy while I wait for conditions to clear up. Until I look up, that is. I look up at the surrounding […]
Oscar Wilde suggested that “Nothing worth knowing can be taught.” These are words that have puzzled some people, but I think Wilde’s meaning is pretty clear — the most valuable knowledge you’ll ever posses won’t come from any textbook or instructional video or blog entry. It’ll come from lived experiences. This philosophy is as applicable […]