Free Photography Podcasts

I’ll start by saying that this list is necessarily constrained. For example, new photo-focused podcasts are constantly being released, and you could listen to them all day, every day and yet not get through them all. However, for product photography you can visit this website and schedule an appointment for a session. It’s also worth… Continue reading Free Photography Podcasts

Tips for Keeping Your Camera Clean

You don’t have to worry about the sensor dust if you have a point-and-shoot camera because it’s entirely sealed. If you use a digital SLR, though, you may find that your photographs eventually develop unpleasant streaks and blotches. Dust and who knows what else can get inside your camera and attach to the sensor because… Continue reading Tips for Keeping Your Camera Clean

Vacation Portrait Tricks

If you’re like most people who work for a living, you look forward to the one or two weeks off each year. So what else will you remember about this unique time, aside from the recollections you’ll have of the trip once it’s over? If you’re lucky, you’ll acquire a few good images of the… Continue reading Vacation Portrait Tricks

How To Quiet The Noisy Images

Noise — those unattractive speckled patterns that seem like film grain or plain appear unpleasant — is a worry for all digital photographers. Still, it has become less of an issue as digital cameras have evolved. Nonetheless, all photographers keep an eye on noise in their photographs, and most have a strategy in place to… Continue reading How To Quiet The Noisy Images

Tips for Capturing Fireworks

Recently, I was requested to photograph a neighbourhood fireworks show. No problem, I reasoned. I adore fireworks and have photographed enough of them to be confident in my ability to supply the client with some fantastic images. However, there was one catch: the customer requested that I utilize a digital camera due to a speedy… Continue reading Tips for Capturing Fireworks

How to Printing Black and White Images

Those of us who seek the graphic punch of black-and-white images have it tough in the digital world. Digital cameras capture colour data, and the great majority of picture printers are colour-obsessed. So, what should a creative professional do if they love the world to be in shades of grey? I looked at how Photoshop… Continue reading How to Printing Black and White Images

The Ins and Outs of Interpolation: Digital Photography

Whether in more bay demosaicing or photo enlargement, all digital images use image interpolation at some point. When you resize or remap (distort) your image from the one-pixel grid to another, this happens. Thus, image scaling is required when the total number of pixels needs to be increased or decreased. In contrast, remapping can occur… Continue reading The Ins and Outs of Interpolation: Digital Photography

The Pros and Cons of Lens Flare

When non-image-forming light enters the lens and hits the camera’s film or digital sensor, lens flare occurs. This usually takes the form of a distinctive polygonal shape, with sides that vary depending on the curvature of the lens diaphragm. Lens flare can dramatically reduce a photograph’s overall contrast and is frequently an unwanted artefact; yet,… Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Lens Flare

All you need to know about Hasselblad

In Gothenburg, Sweden, Victor Hasselblad AB is a Swedish maker of medium format cameras, photographic equipment, and image scanners. The firm is well known for its traditional analogue medium-format cameras with a waist-level viewfinder. The Hasselblad camera was most famously used during the Apollo program missions when the first humans landed on the Moon. Almost… Continue reading All you need to know about Hasselblad

5 Tips for Making Photoshoot Easier with Kids

It’s natural to be nervous when planning a family photoshoot with youngsters. You’re making a long-term investment and creating experiences that you’ll cherish for years to come. It’s easy to become stressed before including children in a photoshoot because they’re not always simple to work. Take a deep breath and relax once you’ve found the… Continue reading 5 Tips for Making Photoshoot Easier with Kids

5 Tips to Take Good Pictures With Your Mobile Device

Taking an excellent snapshot before the days of cellphones — if you can recall such a time — was a time-consuming procedure. You’d have to purchase a high-end camera and editing software for your desktop computer, as well as devote a significant amount of time and effort to learning how to utilize them. However, thanks… Continue reading 5 Tips to Take Good Pictures With Your Mobile Device

5 Travel Photography Tips For Beginners

Wake Up Early, Stay Out Late The early bird gets the worm. I’m sure you’ve heard that phrase. Waking up early means you’ll get fewer tourists and photographers. Just reach early, right when it opens, and you’ll pretty much have the place to yourself! The so-called “golden hour” is one of the times of day… Continue reading 5 Travel Photography Tips For Beginners

Vlogging Cameras Under $200 worth buying for high-quality videos.

Before you buy a vlogging camera for under $200, there are four things you should look for. The features, range, and pricing of an excellent vlogging camera all play a role in making the most significant decision. Before you buy a camera, keep the following factors in mind when making your decision. Image quality: To achieve… Continue reading Vlogging Cameras Under $200 worth buying for high-quality videos.

Who Invented the First Digital Camera?

Photographs taken using digital cameras are referred to as digital photography. Digital cameras do not have a film like standard cameras but use photosensitive sensors, which convert the intensity of the light into electrical impulses that are then stored in digital memory devices as RGB colour space or as raw data.  Imagine a world where… Continue reading Who Invented the First Digital Camera?