Family photos can be incredibly precious keepsakes. Most of us have in our possession old pictures of our parents, our grandparents, or ourselves, but unfortunately, as a result of time and poor protection, these photos often become scratched or torn, or lose their original spark.
What is a good camera for me?
Everyone might have a different answer to this question. At the end of the day, the best camera is subject to someone’s photography needs. Sometimes you don’t need to buy the most expensive one just to take that simple shot. And of course, you can’t just use your point and shoot if you want to be a wildlife photographer. Indeed, it depends on how and what you are going to use it for.
Here is a look at some of the camera choices to get you familiarized before you visit the store.
You worked really hard to learn the skills that you need to be a fantastic photographer and you worked even harder to build your business. But, for your business to succeed long-term, you need to have a solid marketing plan in place.
Check out the five tips below for effectively marketing your photography company to the masses. Read more…
As we move forward in this current era of drone technology innovation, drone cameras are becoming much more advanced and feature- rich which allows you capture stunning images every time you fly your drone high in the sky.
The question arises why drone photography when we already have all the high end cameras and equipment on the ground, with cranes to shoot a perfect photo or footage every time.
Photographing insects is a matter of good timing, patience and suitable equipment. Dismiss any one of these key factors and your photos won’t be satisfactory. If you’re fascinated by butterflies, spiders, dragonflies and any other bug in its minuscule environment, these macro tips will give you some techniques and approaches to achieve the perfect shot.
What makes insect photography so alluring is that it reveals unbelievable details we can’t see with a naked eye.