Day: May 13, 2017

Ideas for Artistic Lightbox Photography

When the weather outside isn’t exactly delightful, you can still produce some useful images. With a lightbox, you can use it to work on creating more interesting compositions. The objective is to keep your photographic muscles flexing. Doug McKinlay explains: Gear for Lightbox Photography McKinlay uses a 5D Mark III, a 24–70mm lens, and a 100mm […]

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Week in Review: Hungry Birds

Sony a9 Raw support arrives We started the week in much the same way as the previous one ended, with more coverage of Sony’s new a9 mirrorless monster. Thanks to a prerelease version of Adobe Camera Raw, we were able to go back and process the a9’s sample photos ‘to taste’.  You can view our updated gallery, and […]

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Tips for Location Scouting to Get the Perfect Sunset Photograph

Location scouting to find the ideal spot is just as important as what camera settings you use. Don’t miss this important first step in order to get your perfect sunset photograph. Scouting is part of the photography process “Hi. Are you a photographer?” a young voice called to me. “Hello,” I turned back and replied […]

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Let’s Get Back to Storytelling in Our Photo and Video Work

As photographers and videographers, we can get really caught up in our tech. After all, gear is fun. But gear is the means, not the end. This great video serves a reminder to always return to the pursuit of better storytelling. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto […]

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