Archives for February 2014

Is The Canon PowerShot GX1 Mark II Still Relevant?

The prosumer fixed-lens camera segment has been hammered quite a bit over the years with the relative success of small-form factor mirrorless offerings as well as small-frame DSLRs. However, Canon’s not giving up on their long-trusted PowerShot G-series line of cameras and now on it’s 14th incarnation with the large-sensor, Canon PowerShot GX1 Mark II. […]

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How to Metering Properly At Night for Great Exposures

Ted Forbes of The Art of Photography shares 12+ minutes of detailed tutorial on how to meter night scenes properly and how to train your eyes to judge dynamic range and eventual exposures.

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Beginners Guide To High Dynamic Range (HDR) with Photomatix Pro

Blake Rudis of Everyday HDR.com shares with us how to use Photomatix Pro properly to create realistic, eye-popping HDR images. Make sure you check this out to avoid falling into the trap of having halo-filled, psychedelic amateur HDR images.  

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Lara White (PhotoMint) Talks About Importance of Networking for Your Photography Business

Lara White of Photomint.com has superb tips and articles on networking for photographers, she’s one of the few respected names in the industry in terms of this channel of marketing and client acquisition. If you’re seriously considering turning photography into a profession, don’t miss this.

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10 Household Hacks for Film Makers by Indy Mogul

As much fun as videography is, the accessories and gear required to do more advanced and polished shooting can cost quite a penny. Here we have IndyMogul showing 10 great household hacks we can all make and still get excellent video shooting results.

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Street Photographer Danny Santos Interviewed on Sync-UP.TV

We’ve featured Danny in the past, but a lot has progressed since his street photography days. Danny recently unveiled his first exhibit titled “Don’t Smile!”, which you can check out here. In the video below, Sync-UP.TV interviews Danny on his gear and thought process for his captivating street photos. Enjoy.

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10 Remarkable Photos of Misty, Foggy Scenes

Fog and mists add incredible amount of mood into any photograph. The mixture of extremely diffused light plus the occasional hard-light bean that escapes through gaps almost guarantee that you’ll get a special image. Nailing the right angles, time-of-day, and exposure takes practice and these great examples should stir your creative juices quite a bit.

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5 Best Landscape Photography Accessories [Especially If You’re A Beginner]

Kirk Norbury (www.kirknorburyphoto.com) tackles an important yet often asked question by many aspiring landscape photographers. What are the most important and must-buy accessories for a landscape photographer? I agree completely with his choices, check it out.

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