What would you take if you had a shoot on the moon? An eagle eyed Reddit user (is there any other kind?) has spent some time detailing a fascinating breakdown of the kit used by Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong to capture their lunar landing- complete with exposer instructions. What’s more amazing is that ahead […]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have shared the content of 12 of their photography courses online for free access under a creative commons license.
There is a reason the National Geographic remains the home of powerful and innovative photography. It’s because they have experienced people chipping in and guiding the next generation. And, with the blessing of the internet SEOs we have the ability to go back and cherry pick their best features. Good advice rarely changes. This composition advice […]
No matter where in the world you are the lucrative wedding season kicks in properly this month, and will then run until mid-September. The year long series Walk through a Wedding follows photographers Justin and Mary Marantz as they help clients capture their ‘big day’. This week they show how TTL flash helps them to give a better […]
When it comes to insurance the question to answer is “Why Bother?” The always accessible and interesting blog over at PhotoShelter has released a new guide, this time tackling insurance. It’s always a bit of a gamble taking out insurance and often feels like it’s throwing money down the drain, since unless its a major […]