Panning is a technique that photographers use to emphasize motion. They follow a moving object with their camera, and press the trigger at just the right moment. This keeps the photo’s main subject sharp, while blurring its surroundings. That’s nice when you can manage it... but what if you need to fake it after the shot? Read on to find out!
File for month: 8 / 2014
Today we’ll take a look at one of the most basic and most used types of diffusion tools: softboxes and octaboxes. These two light diffusion tools look very similar, and you could almost say that octaboxes are a type of softbox. But these tools have subtle differences. The differences may at first glance seem to be mere details. However, details are what separate the good photos from the bad.
When it comes to printing your photos, you'll be amazed at what you can make. These days, you can print a photo on literally just about any surface imaginable and, as you might expect, this has inspired a new line of businesses promising to do just that.
It’s tiny, but it’s no small thing! Pick the right memory card for your needs—don’t underestimate this critical part of your kit. Because we believe in quality, in today’s article we’ve focused on high-quality brands that stand among the top memory products in the world. We’ll help you find the card that fits your camera best.