How a Few Words Tossed in the Background Reminded Me of an Important Requirement for Photographers
What You Need to Know About ND Filters for Photography
Comparing the Video Quality Between the Canon EOS R5 and Sony a1
We Review the Sony FE 14mm f/1.8 G Master Ultra-Wide Angle Prime Lens
More Canon Lenses Are on the Way
6 Tips for Shooting Better Natural Light Portraits
How to Create a Better Portfolio by Revisiting Subjects
These Tips Will Improve the Storytelling of Your Photography
Putting together a cohesive set of images that illustrate a grand narrative is not an easy process, especially for those of us who taken up photography and end up just shooting single shots for a portfolio and/or to sell prints. This video has some great tips for those who want to break out of that mold and start something a bit more substantial.
Creative Ideas for Landscape Photos in Bad Weather
Most of us do not particularly enjoy standing in inclement weather, particularly with expensive and often fragile photo equipment. However, if you are willing to weather the elements, you can often get dramatic and compelling landscape images that capture the viewer's eye. This excellent video tutorial will give you some great ideas for taking awesome images in the rain.
Becoming a Full-Time Landscape Photographer: 9 Months on YouTube
No, Sony Is Not Making the Sensor for the Canon EOS R3
Behind the Scenes of This Incredible Inflatable Pool Backyard Portrait Shoot
5 Reasons To Go Back to Film
Is the Global Chip Shortage Going to Delay the Canon R3 and Nikon Z 8?
You may have read recently that a global shortage of microchips is starting to affect the price and availability of cars, but is it going to have such an impact on the camera industry that it dramatically push back the release of the Canon R3 and Nikon Z 8?
An Important Tip for Better Composition
How to Choose the Right Head for Your Tripod
Tripods are one of the most common and useful accessories a photographer or videographer can have, and just as important as the tripod itself is the head you put on top of it. There quite a few different kinds of heads, and this awesome video tutorial will show you how each of them works and which one is most appropriate for the work you do.
How to Plan Stunning Moon Alignment Photos
Building a Polaroid Back for the Mamiya RB67
11 Things Every Photo Studio Needs
We spend a lot of time talking about camera gear and lenses, but of course, a photo studio needs more equipment than that — a lot more, in fact. If you are outfitting a new studio space or looking to add a bit to yours, check out this great video that discusses 11 things every photo studio should have.
Let Your Photography Make You Happier and More Content
How often do you go back and look through old photos, even ones that did not make it into your portfolio? And how often do you really spend time with those photos, not just scanning them? It can be more valuable than you think, not just for your photography, but for your happiness and for finding deeper meaning.
Comparing the Sony a7 III to the Nikon Z 6II
Art, Commerce, and Photography
How to Buy Used Cameras and Lenses
New cameras and lenses can be very expensive, but you can save a fair amount of money by buying used gear. However, there are, of course, certain considerations you should make before you buy that previously owned body or lens to ensure you are actually getting a good deal and are buying from a reputable and honest person. This excellent video tutorial discusses the ins and outs of buying used camera gear.
Canon Is Planning a More Affordable Professional Wide Angle Zoom Lens
Canon's RF lens lineup has been highly impressive so far, with a lot of innovative and quite impressive glass coming to the market. On the other hand, most of the new lenses have commanded premium prices. However, it looks like they will soon be adding a newer, more affordable wide angle zoom to their professional L lineup.