Day: September 20, 2017

How to be Better Prepared for Your Next Photo Shoot

Greater success with your event, street, travel or any other genre of photography can depend a lot on how prepared you are before you leave the house and how observant you are at the location you are making pictures. Here are some tips to help you be better prepared for your next photo shoot. A […]

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Why Hyperfocal Distance Charts Are Wrong

One of the most misunderstood parts about landscape photography is the correct way to fit your entire scene within a photo’s depth of field. Where do you focus? What aperture should you use? You might think that these questions are easy to answer with a hyperfocal distance chart, where you provide your focal length and […]

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Make Your Videos More Attractive With Speed Ramping

When shooting fast-paced action or a scene with tons of movements, it can be interesting to add more drama by using speed ramping. The technique consists in having a scene that’s played at different speeds depending on what’s happening. It may not make sense for now, but if you want to make your videos more […]

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How to Use Depth of Field

What do we mean by depth of field? The term refers to the amount of detail in the photograph that is in focus. A typical landscape photograph will will show detail over a long distance, all of which will be in focus and recognizable by the viewer. “Cooper” captured by PictureSocial member Terri Cage A […]

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Instagram is testing a four-photo grid, and some users are freaking out

Facebook-owned image sharing behemoth Instagram (heard of ’em?) is testing a new change to its app, and the internet is collectively freaking out about it. According to some users, Instagram is already rolling out a new 4-across profile grid to replace the current 3-across setup that people know and (apparently) love. Not a huge deal, […]

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Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f4 review-so-far

Fujifilm’s XF 10-24mm f4 is an ultra-wide zoom for its X-mount cameras. Delivering a 15-36mm equivalent range, it’s ideal for expansive landscapes, large architecture, or simply big group shots when you can’t step back any further. My review-so-far!… The post Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f4 review-so-far appeared first on Cameralabs. Gordon Laing Click Here to Check […]

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