Most recently published stories in Photography.
How a compact camera is different from a Digital camera?
In a world full of social media enthusiasts whose only goal is to reach a certain amount of likes on their photos, a camera has become an essential part of life because only a high-quality aesthetic photo can catch the eye of the feed scrollers throughout the world.
Titanic: 'Based' on a true story.
Adapting a film from a true story is usually considered to be a difficult subject. It is difficult to collect information and eye-witness accounts on what actually happened during an event, especially if that event occurred multiple generations ago. Another difficulty in developing a film based on a true story is making characters within that film match up with the actual lives of the people they are portraying. Non-fiction films have existed since the beginning of the medium, telling stories of everything from the Civil War, to the sinking of the Titanic, to Pearl Harbor, and even modern films discussing the events surrounding September 11th, 2001. One relatively recent film which was critically lauded for its storytelling and broad scope was the James Cameron romantic drama, Titanic, based around the sinking of the eponymous ship. Released in 1997, Titanic tells the story of Jack Dawson and Rose Dewitt Bukater, two star-crossed lovers who meet aboard the eponymous White Star Line cruise ship on its first and only journey across the northern Atlantic Ocean. Three days into its voyage, the cruise liner hits an iceberg and sinks below the waters, killing over 1500 people. While the film does its best to accurately portray the sinking of the ship itself, the portrayal of the people on board are depicted in an expressively fictional matter. Real-life historical figures are demonized as crooks and murderers, while other events and characters are made up entirely purely to push the action further and tell a story that, for all intents and purposes, was a product of Hollywood.
How to Copyright Your Images
Just click the shutter. That’s it. You now own the copyright to that image. Within certain restrictions. And before we go any further, I am not an intellectual property attorney, nor do I play one on TV. But I am a photographer with 15 years of experience taking and selling a portfolio of around 50,000 images. So, to paraphrase the State Farm ad, I know a lot, because I’ve seen a lot.
Why Photographers need Photo Retouching for Post Production work?
You may speculate why photographers need photo retouching for post-production work. The fact is, in recent times eCommerce or online-based business has gained huge popularity in the world of business. In any case, it is clearly seen that in the field of eCommerce business people rely more on the photograph shown on the websites than the genuine appearance of it.
What are LRV and THM Files In GoPro Full Explained
If you have ever recorded a video or take a photo on your GoPro and noticed some extra files like LRV and HTM additionally along with your MP4 video file, You may be curious and have some questions, including: What are LRV and THM files, Should I delete LRV and THM Files Or NOT.
Starting out, moving on in photography
If you are reading this, then you already have an interest in Photography. and you may have read my previous article. Like may of us, you probably started with snaps of your family, and moved on to pictures of places when you went out on trips. And now you want to go further, but you look at the photos in National Geo, or other photo magazines and think you can't do that.
In Photography, What is White Balance?
White balance is the adjustment of color cast in degrees Kelvin, from, for instance, tungsten, to obtain natural-looking colors in the 5,000K range.
My First Film Camera
Spring had come to stay in Boise, Idaho. The bright, April afternoon light filtered through the windows and around the bookcases and clothing racks that lined them. Whether as a result of the sunshine or thanks to the warmth of my own nostalgia, I remember a corner of the thrift store being bathed in orange light, with dust and the smell of old books sparkling in the air.
Vintage Cameras: Treasure Hunting In Black And White
I have a love for photography that I can't explain, especially for vintage cameras. I have collected quite a few over the years, and although I try not to go overboard, I can't resist buying them.
How To Write Gripping Action Scenes - The Zoom Effect
Whether it's a car chase in a crime thriller, epic battles in high-fantasy or firefights in a war epic - in all cases, the tension stands and falls with the speed of the story.
In Photography, What is Auto ISO?
As I have explained in other articles, ISO is part of the exposure triangle which determines how bright or dark your image is. If you haven’t read those, there are links at the end of this article, but read on.
The BEST Impulse Buy I’ve Made as a Videographer
The creative world of photography and videography has held my attention since as long as I can remember, from the moment I got my first Nikon DSLR to now, it has been a tremendous journey I’ve been through over the years. The landscape has gone through some changes although one thing remains the same, pursuing the best tool around to tackle both photography and videography for content creation, which has accelerated its cycle more so than when I first got a hold of a DSLR of my own. Recently I’ve gone through an endless amount of research to perfect my choice of my next videography tool because there are merely two types of content creating I do now that are crucial to my library.