Most first-time DSLR camera buyers ask around a lot and do a lot of research before making their first (or second) camera purchase. They’re justified… Read More »What Camera Should a Beginner Buy in 2020? – Tiny Tips 21
Short tips for you to grasp on the fly. A series that is released every week.
Sometimes, when you mount a GoPro camera on the body of a moving vehicle, the camera vibrates so much that the resulting video is unusable. The video footage seems to warp, wobble, and it seems like you’re viewing the world through clear jelly. Clear, wobbling jelly. You may have seen videos like this before.Read More »GoPro Vibration Reduction Techniques – Tiny Tips No. 20
Shooting tethered for the first time can be tricky, and doing it for the first time in front of a client is definitely not recommended.… Read More »Tiny Tips 19: 5 Top Tips When Shooting Tethered
What’s ‘Bokeh’? It’s a word of Japanese origin used to describe the aesthetic quality of the ‘out-of-focus’ area of a photograph. Typically referring to the… Read More »Tiny Tips 18: How to get Great Bokeh from your Lens
If you want to take really quick & sneaky photographs on the street without putting your eye to the viewfinder, here’s a sneaky trick. Setting… Read More »Tiny Tips 15: Hyperfocal Distance in Street Photography
If you’re using a dSLR, put your left hand below, supporting the base of the camera, with the index finger and thumb positioned to adjust focus/zoom. Support your left elbow with your chest and grip the camera body firmly with your right hand, positioning your right index finger above the shutter release.
If you know what you like to shoot and what you are really good at Photographing, you also have to know the kind of photography… Read More »Tiny Tips 13: To the Aspiring Professional – Know Where Your Money Lies!
Work towards knowing where your talent – if not your Genius – lies in photography. Decide what you like to shoot. It may be Birds… Read More »Tiny Tips 12: To the New Enthusiast – Know What You Like to Shoot
Very often, when you are taking photographs of a subject with an element of translucency (Like flowers, fruits and vegetables or maybe even a dragonfly… Read More »Tiny Tips 10: Study and use Backlighting for Close-up / Macro Photography
by Ben McLeod If you want the sharpest pictures that your lens can give you, remember not to use its largest and smallest apertures. Most… Read More »Tiny Tips 8: Best Apertures for Sharpness
by creativity+ Flare is a kind of haze often caused by light falling directly on the lens from behind or around the subject. This light… Read More »Tiny Tips 7 – Study flare caused by the Angle of your Main Light Source