Category: Photo Enthusiast
RAW vs JPEG ? If you are photography enthusiast that is not the question. The real question is which camera raw file format to use ? RAW as supported by all major camera manufacturers, or DNG as pushed by Adobe for use in their processing tools. Find out benefits and shortcomings of each format in this article.
Mario Romulić & Dražen Stojčić have created this inspirational video titled “Timelapse Croatia” out of 150.000 photos. Check out what it looks like.
If you enjoy travel photography, and shoot many photos while you are out and about, you would probably like to store approximate location where the photo was taken. This usually means that you need invest in expensive specialized GPS receivers suited for digital cameras, or risk a long and tedious process of manually geotagging your [...]
Depth of field preview function on your camera is a very useful button typically overlooked by an average photographer. In a hands of an expert, it can be a big help towards shooting better photos.
Despite the popularity of vibrant and colorful images and advances in modern DSLR cameras, black and white photography will always have an image of timelessness and artistic expression. Learn how to use black and white photography to boost your observation skills in this week’s photography tip.
A great sequel to a great guide about Introduction to Underwater Photography
Statistics indicate that Aperture Priority Mode is one of the most frequently used creative modes among photography enthusiasts, and rightfully so. However, an interesting question arises: How often do you really use your cameras widest aperture setting ?
Most of us are used recording the world around you. However, sometimes showing only a part of the whole picture while letting our brain suggest the rest, can be equally, if not even more powerful.
Having problems with night photography ? Check the Night Photography video tutorial provided by cameraLabs.
Do you know the feeling when you stumble upon something so amazing that you are simply left with no words ? It is called an inspiration. A BIG thanks to David DuChemin for bringing this video to my attention.