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Drone Photography: Everything You Need to Know Before You Start
Drone photography has been a real hit in recent years. With these pilotless aircraft, you can take unique shots from a bird’s-eye view, without having to rent a private helicopter or an airplane. But do you know how to pick the right drone and how to work with it?
Assemble your own photo editing computer. We’ll show you how to pick its parts
Nobody wants to spend all day editing 20 photos. But many people struggle with precisely this problem. The reason is simple—a slow and outdated computer. So take a look at how to put together the right computer for your photo editing.
Create Your Own Light Tent for Small Product Photography
A photo tent—also frequently called a light tent—is an essential aid for every photographer interested in good-quality product photography, for their own purposes or commercially. Speaking of commercially, there is a wide range of photo tents and accessories you can purchase.
Everything You Need to Know About Graduated Neutral Density Filters
Gradient filters—landscape photographers use them all the time, but often other photographers don’t even know they exist. Today’s article is about what they are and why they’re used.
DIY: Shoebox Negative Film Scanner
Have lots of negatives stored away that you’d like to see on your computer so you can decide which negatives are worth developing—but negative scanners are too expensive for you? Make your own scanner in a shoebox. It’s cheap, quick, and easy.
Get Longer Exposures With ND Filters
ND filters are neutral-gray filters that can come in handy for producing a variety of special effects and for taking photos that otherwise would be out of reach.
How to Make an Emergency Beanbag Tripod
We’ve all been there: that situation where you’re just about to take a nice picture, all you need is your tripod, and—it’s not there. Did you leave it at home on purpose? Sigh. What now? Improvise. In an emergency, you can create a simple and reliable tripod out of something easily available—for example, a beanbag.
How to Work with a Gray Card
128 128 128. That’s the color code for neutral gray. And neutral gray is extremely important for digital photography. Not only because it’s easy to “hide” (to make it neutral, translucent), but also because you can us this color to easily balance all the other colors in a picture… or even in other pictures.
Tips on Gifts for Every Photography Lover!
Christmas is drawing near, and so we’re here with inspiring answers to the question: what do you give a photographer? Although the best gift of all is the new Zoner Photo Studio 17, today we’ll be bringing you lots of tips on other ways to bring joy to every photographer.