Day: August 4, 2017

The Many Types of Photographers

It is a well-known fact that there are some rather serious diseases that plague photographers out there. While we have all heard of the Gear Acquisition Syndrome and other photography addictions, it is time to expand the photography jargon to include the many types of photographers we deal with today. Some of these have been […]

Read more

Sigma announces firmware update for Sigma 100-400mm f/5-6.3 OS Contemporary for Canon

Sigma has announced a firmware update for its SIGMA 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary lens for Canon mount. Version 1.02 of the firmware fixes problems with the optical image stabilization when the lens is attached to Sigma’s Sony E-mount converter MC-11 EF-E. As usual, users who own the Sigma USB dock can update the […]

Read more

How to Create Abstract Photos with Oil and Water and a Little Dish Soap

Oil and water are like chalk and cheese. They just aren’t the same are they? But despite their seeming incompatibility, each brings out the qualities of the other. As photographers, we love a good juxtaposition. There’s nothing that creates balance better than imbalance – well, it’s definitely the case here, at least. So in this […]

Read more

New: The Ultimate Lightroom Workflow at 52% Off

If you are struggling with photo editing or Adobe Lightroom in any way, you should take a look at this! Professional Aussie photographer Johny Spencer has a photographer’s dream job; he’s a full-time Professional photographer for the National Parks Service in Australia. This means he takes thousands of photos a month… and then edits them […]

Read more