Thursday, July 21, 2011

How to Choose a Location for Your Photo Shoot – PictureCorrect

How to Choose a Location for Your Photo Shoot – PictureCorrect: "If you are the type of photographer, that like me, prefers to work outdoor rather then in a studio, the effort in choosing the right locations is quite challenging. Needless to say, the choice of location will determine the success of your photo shoot. I am laying out a few basic principals that one has to keep in mind when considering a particular location."

Hasselblad ships 200 megapixel H4D-200MS camera

Hasselblad ships 200 megapixel H4D-200MS camera: "Hasselblad has announced that its new H4D-200MS camera is now available for shipping. Announced at last year's Photokina, the 50 megapixel camera features the company's own multi-shot image technology which allows it to combine multiple successive images into one 200 megapixel photo."

Fujifilm Finepix-X100 Review: Overview

Fujifilm Finepix-X100 Review: Overview: "The Fuji FinePix X100 is a rangefinder style digicam with a newly designed EXR system featuring a fixed f/2.0 lens, 12-Megapixel APS-C sized EXR CMOS imaging sensor and an EXR dual core processor. This camera is designed for more advanced users, having only one auto shooting mode. A new Hybrid viewfinder combines optical and electronic viewfinders into one unit, which creates an outstanding, high-quality optic for framing and viewing your images. All of these features and more, combine into a powerful digicam with a retro look and feel that will spark interest in any enthusiast."

Steel Wool Photography: Video How To

Steel Wool Photography: Video How To: "The guys at Photo Extremist have put together this cool video that shows you how to create stunning fiery images using nothing more than steel wool, an egg whisk and a cable."

Vibrance vs. Saturation in Plain English

Vibrance vs. Saturation in Plain English: "Recently I posted about the difference between exposure, brightness and fill light. Today, I want to talk about the difference between vibrance and saturation. Those fun little color boosting sliders which can make or break a shot."