Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Sven Martin never imagined his fondness for the travel and camaraderie of mountain biking would define his career. But his devotion to photographing what he loves has helped him pave his own path.
hillip Bloom has been making films for 25 years, and wherever he goes for his work, he likes to take along his still cameras and walk about the city capturing photos on the street. Bloom has recently converted to film for his personal use and says he generally takes 4-6 cameras with him when he goes out.
Here are seven apps that smartphone and tablet users can use to improve their photographic experience. The apps are divided according to their function or main feature.
Deciding which 50mm prime lens to buy can be daunting, considering the many different brands, apertures, and prices. Even after a photographer has chosen a company to buy from, it can be difficult to narrow the options to just one lens.
When Canon first introduced HD video capabilities on its 5D Mark ii in 2009, it revolutionized video production. Filmmakers everywhere could record on the camera’s large sensor and quality lenses at a fraction of traditional costs. But many features that were standard to dedicated video cameras, like proper audio recording capabilities and autofocus, still lacked.
Lens Effects from Topaz brings all camera lenses and filters together in a powerful and easy-to-use plug-in, minimizing the need for additional and expensive equipment, while providing flexibility from editing. To receive 50% off until the end of the month, simply remember to use the voucher code JULYLENS at checkout.
In order to be competitive, wedding photographers must consistently produce images that reflect their unique style. New York-based wedding photographer Christian Oth‘s fashion forward style is decidedly editorial and relaxed. His work has been featured in a wide array of publications, including Martha Stewart, Brides, and New York Time Magazine.
Fotozaar is a new eBook that teaches photography by example. It contains a collection of compelling photographs and the stories of how they were made. I personally wish they had gone into more detail with how some the images were post processed but I understand it would be hard to explain.
If you’re like most photographers on a budget, you’re instinctively protective of your camera lenses. They seem so delicate. They are meticulously cleaned with air blowers and special microfiber cloths. They are gently placed into padded camera bags. But is all this doting really necessary? Exactly how much abuse can lenses take?
Let’s name off the arts: painting, drawing, music, photography, dance, theater, film, sculpting, graphic design, and on and on. Each art has its own particular tools specifically designed to create the art of that type. But what if you used the tools from one art to create another? Obviously, this isn’t possible with every tool.
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