Canon, Nikon, Sony and other manufacturers had better watch out. An independent camera maker is coming out swinging. Introducing the Walley POS-86!!! Ok, ok this is clearly satirical. … Continue reading
You heard (read) it right! Nasa has discovered planets outside of our solar system. Since 2009 NASA’s space observatory has been hard a work and NASA has recently announced that … Continue reading
It appears that Canon certainly believes that it has a vested interest in making their users better photographers. Hence the website simply called “Play”. It’s a pretty facile idea really, you simulate … Continue reading
Originally posted on Photofocus (old site):
GoPro has unveiled two updated cameras… the Hero3+ Black and Silver editions. We’ve got one on order and should have some test footage up…
Thanks to our friends over at Expert Photography for this list chock-full of useful tips. The one that really resonates with me personally was under the heading: 10 Reasons why … Continue reading
Thanks Black Magic! Personally my cinephilia is usually reserved to watching, rating (sometime berating) and generally enjoying movies. I am a photographer though, so I tend to run into cinematographers … Continue reading
Understanding the histogram can give you the power to make your images look the way want as well as helping you understand how tonal ranges are seen and represented by … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what photographers spend most of their time doing? This infographic does a good job of answering some interesting questions concerning photography.
Have you ever wondered about the difference between F-stops (still photography) and T-stops (cinematography)? This video will help. -Enjoy
Does your camera live on AWB (auto white balance)? This post can help sort out the confusing world of Kelvin temperatures.
Do you leave your camera on AWB (auto white balance)? Most of us do. I myself am guilty of it at times as well. You ask why not? AWB does … Continue reading
The graphic explains each of the shooting modes on most consumer models of Canon and Nikon DSLR camera.
If you haven’t yet heard Adobe has done away with the hard copy software model starting with whatever they call the version after CS6. In order to use the newest … Continue reading