Why Carry a Tripod?

Why Carry a Tripod?

A little advice on why you would do well to have a tripod in your kit bag even in situations which don’t normally call for slow shutter speeds. Everybody knows why they may need to use a tripod sometimes….or do they? The most obvious reason if you ask a budding...
Why Sensors Are Important In Photography

Why Sensors Are Important In Photography

A look into why sensor sizes are important, and how they can improve the quality of your images. If you’ve been wondering why some camera models are so much more expensive than others, when even mobile phones are offering 20 and 30 MP cameras, the answer lies in the...
Photo Filters That Make Sense

Photo Filters That Make Sense

  After things went digital, most photographers simply didn’t need to buy those warm tone filters to tone their images – they could easily change the tones on computer later! Consequently, the photographers’ kit bag didn’t really need some of the filters that...
Getting The Most Out of Your Phone Camera

Getting The Most Out of Your Phone Camera

The quality of in built cameras in phones has increased many fold in the last few years; so much that smart phones have more or less replaced the point and shoot camera segment! Statistics tell us that the maximum number of images from any single device on flikr is...
Rear Curtain Flash

Rear Curtain Flash

Have you ever wondered what ‘Rear Curtain’ or ‘Rear Sync’ means in your flash menu? All DSLRs and some compacts have this option. To put it simply, rear curtain flash enables your flash to fire at the end of the exposure time, as opposed to firing as soon as the...

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