Author: SLR Camera

Drone Pilot Lands on Britain’s Largest Warship Completely Unnoticed

Despite being a multi-billion-dollar, state-of-the-art warship, the HMS Queen Elizabeth was recently visited by a visitor that went completely undetected by those aboard: a consumer drone. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR Video To Get Trick Photography And Special Effects E-book Click Here! […]

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Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 review

The Instax Mini 9 is the latest affordable instant camera to use Fujifilm’s hugely popular Instax Mini film. It’s based on the best-selling Mini 8 and adds a selfie mirror and close-up accessory, as well as coming in five pastel colours. Find out if it’s the best low-cost instant camera in my review!… The post […]

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f11 Magazine is suspending publication due to financial troubles

Photography publication f11 Magazine is being suspended, perhaps permanently, due to trouble funding the endeavor using its current advertising strategies. Subscribers have been alerted to the pending closure via an email, which explains that, “the concept of a magazine free to readers and funded entirely by advertising support proved much more difficult to sustain as […]

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How to Light Any Subject: A Cinematography Tutorial

The world around us is a complex mix of reflective, transparent and neutral surfaces. Each of these surfaces don’t reflect light the same way as the other. That means as photographers we have to factor in the reflectance of each of these surfaces that we are photographing when lighting. Director / cinematographer Matthew Rosen shares […]

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19 Cool Images of Blue Subjects

A while back we took a look at images with the primary color of summer, green. Now let’s have a peek at the color of the night time – blue. Of course, there are many other things which are blue as well, as you can see below. By StudioTempura By Albert Vuvu Konde By O. […]

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Your Backup Plan Isn’t Enough – What Do You Do When Everything Goes Wrong?

Most of the successful photographers and videographers that I know are effective at constructing a plan and making it a reality. And for the most part, this works, and when it doesn’t they usually have a backup plan. This is the base expectation for most people that have actually put time into developing their career. […]

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Island paradise: A travel photographer’s guide to Tahiti

Summer probably isn’t the time of year when we’re all dreaming of getting away to an island paradise to sip colorful drinks on the beach by day and take photos by golden hour… that yearning is gonna hit hard around January. But last August travel photographer and Resource Travel editor Michael Bonocore escaped to the […]

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