RAW is a file format that most digital cameras support. It’s the preferred format of many photographers. We’ll explore why in this article.
Several weeks ago, when I had been loaned the incredible Sigma APO Macro 180mm (OS)…
Watermarks are debated almost as much as camera brands in the photography world. Accepting that there will always be differing opinions, I share my own philosophies on the topic and then discuss the evolution of my logo to address some critical concerns.
With 18 years of experience, I realize now that there were a lot of things I wish I had learned early on. Mostly misconceptions, I am sharing these points with you so that can get a leg up. Read on to see five of the things I wished I learned way back then.
A model railroad under a Christmas tree – a planned out photograph that took a lot of thought and effort. Follow along as I discuss the entire process from start to finish while constructing and building this photograph. Read on for some behind-the-scenes shots and explanations of the entire process.
So you’ve hit that point where your files have become too numerous to manage, and you really need a tool to help you out. Photo Mechanic just happens to be such a tool, and we got our hands on a copy to review. In true Shutter Photo fashion, we’ve played with it as much as we can, and we have a lot of features to introduce to you, and a lot of thoughts. Read on to hear what we have to say.
Workflow isn’t just about processing your work. It’s also about planning when your photos should be seen by the likes of your fans. Read on to learn why, and to learn some tips on how to handle and adapt your workflow.
Your camera is not perfect. With a sinister grin, it is trying to mess up all of your photos, or at least capture all your photos with a bluish or greenish cast. But you know better, you know not to trust it. So what do you do? Psst…I have a few secrets to share with you.
The Exchangable Image File Format (or EXIF for short) is perhaps one of the largest…
Many of you have made New Years Resolutions to achieve certain goals this year. You’ll also have to remind yourself to keep yourself on track throughout the year. Here’s a list of tips that will help you to achieve your goals in photography, no matter what they are.