What I have are IOS devices: Apple’s IPod and IPad 4; but what follows applies to the Apple IPhone and IPad Mini as well. Plus there is every likelihood that Android devices have similar features and applications.
What is it for?
Most of us remember media from the past that was used to store our digital data: cassette data tape, floppy disks, syquest drives, early hard drives gigantic in size. Later came cds, dvds, more compact external hard disks, usb ‘flash’ … Continue reading →
One of the main reasons photographers move up to DSLR cameras is because It allows them to use a variety of lenses. Unfortunately, changing from one lens to another is possibly the most annoying, inconvenient part of the image-making experience. … Continue reading →
Winter provides a large number of opportunities for photography enthusiasts, but it poses some serious challenges as well.
The ‘Sweet Spot’ of a lens usually refers to the aperture at which its images are at their sharpest, but it can refer, additionally, to the optimal focal length for sharpness as well as for the absence of various distortions … Continue reading →
Employ your best general photography practices: … Continue reading →
This week we will look at 2 specialized, useful, but surprisingly inexpensive camera accessories:
As the holiday approaches one might want to think about those special gifts that would delight the photographer in one’s life. There follow two strong suggestions – neither outrageously expensive. A) The most often cited lens as the one that … Continue reading →
The following is a verbatim quote from TONY NORTHRUP’S DSLR BOOK: HOW TO CREATE STUNNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY available free on Amazon’s Kindle site and readable on any mobile device that supports the Kindle Reader application. “Here’s the process of taking … Continue reading →
Tips & Tricks Oct. 1, 2012 Recently at Photokina in Germany it became apparent that some major camera manufacturers are concentrating on bringing full-frame digital cameras to market at more affordable prices. Why might you be interested in a ‘full-frame’ … Continue reading →