Archives for September 2013

Basketball Inspiration. Simple Editing and Documentary Style That Works

Brandon Todd is 5’5’’ and he can dunk. He has never believed his height to be a limitation but an opportunity to change how people view small athletes. Brandon transformed his body over the course of a few years, gaining over 80 lbs of muscle, increasing his vertical to over 45 inches. Todd hopes to […]

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13 Adorable and Lively Dog Photos

Dogs, man’s best friend, and if you’re a dog lover, do we have a treat for you on this week’s Friday Feature. We chose and collected these 13 lively photos of dogs in their moments of bliss for you to enjoy your Friday. If you liked them, don’t forget to add these artists to your […]

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Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 Review – The Ultimate Collection

By now, you should know about the ground-breaking, fastest zoom lens EVER, the Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM zoom lens. Everybody’s interested with this lens and frankly, it deserves all the attention it gets, so I’ve collected the best reviews around the web for this lens and hopefully convince you to grab one as well, […]

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Lightroom – 10 Beginner’s Tips You Must Know For A Better Workflow

Adobe Lightroom is a game-changer for the photography industry. It simplified storage, catalog, and editing tasks tremendously and opened up a whole new process where photographers can complete the whole workflow from import to output in just one application. Here’s a great video by Terry White on the ten things all Lightroom users must get […]

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No Frills Food Photography Tips and Tricks

Ever tried copying a recipe in a cook book and wonder why the final product we prepare rarely looks as good as the sample photo? Food is one of the most interesting and challenging subject in photography. The great images we see in cookbooks are not casual snapshots but a work of art that was […]

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Video Features the Control of Just a Glidecam

Videography can get mightly expensive for many. The cost of stabilizers, gliders, magnifiers, and all the robotic-looking gadgets in addition to an already expensive set of camera/lens gear makes it an intimidating hobby to get into. However, as with any form of visual art,sticking to one or two key components that you can master will […]

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Mesmerizing Photos Of Foggy Scenes

Despite our obsession with sharpness in photos, sometimes, what we really need is some mystery and evoke emotions to tell a more compelling story with one photo. Capturing fog isn’t as easy as it sounds. Beyond the nailing the exposure, it’s difficult to predict when and where the fog may appear as well as incorporating […]

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Sony QX10 and QX100 Reviews – Universal Lens and Large Sensor Attachment for Smartphones

A couple of years ago, Ricoh GXR cameras showed us the idea having not just a removable lens, but a removable lens+sensor combination. Their idea was they want to optimize their sensor to the specific lens attached, rather than assume all lenses will work the same on all sensors. Fast forward to today’s needs, practically […]

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