Monday, August 22, 2011
Using Wide Apertures in Wedding Photography – PictureCorrect: Using wide apertures to create beautiful wedding photography is so simple even a beginner can do it. A lens with a wide aperture, such as a 50mm 1.4 prime, can produce a gentle blur in the background allowing focus to remain on what it important in the shot.
Posted by steve at 2:25 PM
More zoom, less room: Compact megazoom cameras - CNET Reviews: Compact megazooms, also known as travel zooms, are some of the most popular point-and-shoot cameras on CNET. That's likely because they offer wide-angle lenses with long zooms, giving you a lot of shooting flexibility, but without the bulk of larger dSLR-style megazooms. All of the major camera manufacturers have at least one, if not two or three, in their lineups, so figuring out which one best meets your needs is tricky. To help, I've rounded up six of my current favorite recommendations.
Posted by steve at 2:01 PM
5 Tips for Creating Vintage Wedding Photos: In my experience, wedding photos edited to create a vintage-feel are becoming increasingly popular with couples, so dabbling in some vintage action can provide you with an attractive addition to your wedding package.
Posted by steve at 9:56 AM