Posts from Category: "Cameras & Equipment"

How To Ensure You Don’t Lose Any Of Your Important Images

In my opinion, having to tell your clients that you “accidentally lost their images“ is one of the worst things that could possibly happen. Whether the data loss was your fault or not, your clients won’t care because it is your job to deliver images, regardless of hard drive failure or a corrupt SD-card. As a photographer, you should be able to ensure that all your pictures are safe and backed up.

Photo taken from Splitshire.com

Photo taken from Splitshire.com

Here are the techniques I use to secure none of my data get lost: Read more…

Photographer’s Guide to iPhone 6: Capabilities, Tips & Gadgets

After many months of waiting, the iPhone 6 and its big brother, the iPhone 6 Plus, have finally arrived! Apple made the decision to keep the 8-megapixel sensor for the iPhone 6 iSight camera, despite other smartphones which have up to 20-megapixel cameras. However, the iPhone 6 camera is not the same as the one you’ll find in the iPhone 5S.

Photo by Shawn Blanc

Photo by Shawn Blanc

It has a number of features designed to enhance smartphone still-photography and video. Most of these features take the iPhone 6 photographic ability to an entirely new level. Read more…

DSLR Camera Buying Guide 2014 for Newbies and Pros

When it comes to buying a new digital camera, most beginners find it difficult to choose the best DSLR camera for photography. This article highlights some of the best professional cameras of 2014.

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It provides a round-up of the best digital cameras with DSLR technology that caters to the requirements of beginners as well as professional photographers. Let’s look at a compiled list of the best DSLR cameras that are perfect for beginners. Read more…

DSLR Lens Reviews 2014: Which Lens To Buy?

For many photographers, a beautiful portrait shot combines two essential elements: a flattering view of the subject set against a blurred background. This is easy to achieve if you have the correct lens.

Photo by VIKTOR HANACEK

Photo by VIKTOR HANACEK

If you want to zoom up to a subject that is rather far away you’ll need a telephoto lens. These lenses are also ideal for sports and wildlife photography. If you’re taking close-ups of flowers and insects, you’ll quickly become frustrated with your camera’s standard lens kit, and in this case a macro lens is the answer. Read more…

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