Probably one of the most common questions we get at Light Stalking is how to photograph lightning and get those spectacular shots you see in magazines. But to photograph lightning can be a damn tricky thing to do! Even so, as the shots below show, good preparation and knowledge of shooting lightning bolts properly can […]
If you find chromatic aberration in your images, don’t panic. Here, we will look at Chromatic Aberration – what it is and how to fix it.
Old photos can be very valuable from the emotional point of view. They are family treasures and tangible connections to long-gone events and people. Because of their importance, it is very useful to learn about restoring old photos properly. With Photoshop and Lightroom, anyone who’s interested in restoring old photos can do it with a […]
If you are a photographer that also dabbles in video, you may well have heard of the “cinematic look.” For many videographers it is a technique to aspire to. It can, however be quite elusive to achieve. There are a number of reasons for this, but in general, your camera is not one of them. […]
ISO can be confusing, especially to everyone just starting out in photography. To put it simply, the ISO setting in your camera affects how sensitive the sensor is to light. Co-authored by Dahlia Ambrose If you love mathematics, you can immerse yourself in the technical information on Wikipedia – it is quite good. But, we won’t […]
Photographing fireworks captures bright, sparkly lights that last oh-so-briefly. In the next few days, evening sounds will include popping and booms from fireworks from holiday weekend events. The sky? The dark sky serves as a velvety backdrop for the big lights dancing in the night. When photographing fireworks, all you need is a few tips […]