Boudoir photography, just like standard portraiture, requires an adequate gear – you won’t be able to make the best out of your boudoir sessions if you don’t have the proper lenses, lighting and accessories. This type of photography can be quite challenging because your model will most likely feel vulnerable in front of the camera. […]
There is an accessory out there for every photographer and if you need a gift for a photographer in your life – as a stocking filler or for another event and you are limited to how much you can spend – this list could be what you are looking for.
As the technology surrounding digital photography continues to grow and evolve, so does the interest in film photography. The simplest of film cameras, so-called toy or lomography cameras, are surprisingly popular. This, despite the fact that they produce what some might consider technically inferior image quality. But it’s that very thing, the unique character and […]
Film photography is in a good place. True, digital is still tops — by a wide margin — but analog photography is holding its own and doesn’t appear to be prepared to give up much ground anytime soon (even in spite of the impending death of several beloved Fujifilm film stocks). I’ve written more than […]
The 85mm prime lens is well known for capturing beautiful portraits. Its relatively light weight, fast speed and wide aperture also makes it a superb event lens. However, the 85mm is often overlooked as an effective tool in the nature photography arsenal.
DSLR camera’s use a mechanical shutter, while the majority of mirrorless cameras have an electronic shutter. So what really is the difference? Let’s look at the pros and cons of each