Five Tips to Improve Your Summer Photography

By Gavin  Jul, 06, 2014   Posted in Photography Tips
Five Tips to Improve Your Summer Photography We aren’t going to talk about cleaning your lenses (although you should), I’m not going to tell you to use a tripod (you should know that), and I’m definitely not going to tell you to compare last year’s photography to this year’s (but that’s not a bad idea). No, I’m going to suggest you get out of your comfort zone and do something new. If you open up your Flickr, 500px, or wherever you store your thousands of kitty cat...

what is hdr processing, 2013 hdr software comparison

By Gavin  Aug, 04, 2013   Posted in Photography Tips
what is hdr processing, 2013 hdr software comparison Need a place to get started? Just want to learn the basics of how to capture and edit an HDR image? Well look no further, here are our favorite tutorials on the internet for how to create an HDR image. Note: You may need to pick up some HDR software before you dive in. Equipment and Software 1. Camera It goes without saying that the first piece of hardware you need is a camera. I personally shoot with a Cannon 60D, which is a middle of the road...

How to Fuel Your Photographic Journey?

By Gavin  Jun, 24, 2013   Posted in Photography Tips
How to Fuel Your Photographic Journey? 1. Take an Overnight Photography Trip Overnight trips with other photographers make for a great time to talk and explore photography techniques. 2. Write a How to Photography Tutorial Writing a tutorial is the best test of how well you understand a topic. To start, pick something you feel you know really well. 3. Take Photowalk With a Group Taking a walk with a camera is a great advice, yet taking a walk with other photographers is better...

How to get Better Control of Autofocus

By Gavin  Mar, 28, 2013   Posted in Photography Tips
Sometimes autofocus can be really annoying. For some shots it’ll focus on the right part of your subject, but then the very next shot it may choose to focus on something far and away into the background. Sure, you could avoid this problem by always using manual focus, but autofocus is great when you need to focus quickly or when you’re photographing a landscape and you need to focus on a certain spot in the scene. Well, autofocus doesn’t...

What is White Balance

By Gavin  Mar, 16, 2013   Posted in Photography Tips
What is White Balance White Balance is an aspect of photography that many digital camera owners don’t understand or use – but it’s something well worth learning about as it can have a real impact upon the shots you take. So for those of you who have been avoiding White Balance – let me introduce you to it. I promise to keep it as simple as possible and keep what follows as useable as I can: At its simplest – the reason we adjust white balance is to get the...

How To Keep Your Memory Cards Healthy

By Gavin  Feb, 03, 2013   Posted in Photography Tips
How To Keep Your Memory Cards Healthy In this post, Steve Berardi from PhotoNaturalist explains how to keep your memory cards healthy. Memory cards are one of the most often neglected parts of digital photography. But, they’re extremely important because they’re responsible for safely storing your photos until you get them to your computer. So, it’s important to take care of them properly. Here are a few tips for keeping them healthy: 1. Format new cards as soon as you get...

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