Cameras can be complicated; a breakdown of the latest in camera technologies and photography techniques to help you get the perfect shot.
Now then mucka, welcome to the land of chip ‘oyles’ (fish and chips shops), ‘growlers’ (pork pies) and bingo daubers. A wonderful place where a night out will cost you twenty quid, including your kebab, cheesy chips and taxi fare home. A place of hard graft, grit and perseverance, where your mates have always got your back and you’ve always got theirs. I’m talking of Barnsley, the most unique town you’ve never heard of, except we don’t say town, we say tarn.
Sony Middle East & Africa announced the FE 35mm F1.4 GM (model SEL35F14GM) – the newest addition to its acclaimed G Master full-frame lens series – delivering first-class image quality and beautiful bokeh for broad expressive capability in an extremely compact and lightweight design. The FE 35mm F1.4 GM is a must-have for Sony’s E-mount users, as in combination with Sony’s camera bodies it boasts advanced focusing capabilities – perfect for a wide range of uses such as shooting landscapes, portraits and street photography, both stills and video.
“Home is where the heart is." Well, I’m not saying that’s not true. But I think there is more to home than that. Home has been something slightly unstable for me most of my life. In twenty-one years, I have moved fifteen times. How am I supposed to determine where my hometown is?
I’m a photographer and I have a favorite subject to photograph. I suppose everyone with a camera has a favorite photography subject, a specialty, or maybe both. It might be nature, portraits, sports, black and white photography, or some other area they especially enjoy seeing through the camera, or excel at. You can often tell what it is simply by looking at their portfolio.
If you're a videographer like myself who loves new gear (let's be real, who doesn't?) and want to be able to diversify your portfolio with different shots and angles, buying a drone seems like an amazing idea and investment... but it comes at a cost.
Abandoned buildings. Derelict, decaying, deteriorated (or deteriorating), falling down, overgrown. Whatever words you use to describe these buildings, they seem to fascinate us (at least they fascinate me). And we love to take pictures of them.
Smartphones have come a long way to become an essential part of our daily life. One of the biggest advantages of Smartphones, apart from its other capabilities is the camera. Smartphone camera fulfils the majority of tasks in everyday life from selfies, social media posting to event photography and video recordings. Smartphones are smaller, thinner and lightweight as compared to digital cameras, and can easily fit into the pocket or purse. Due to the convenience and camera enhancements in recent years, many professionals prefer smartphone cameras over digital cameras. Although, Smartphone cameras has not replaced digital cameras, but they is fast gaining the advance features through their hardware and software enhancements.
The Best Cellular Trail Cameras For Capturing Animals In The Wild Is it safe to say that you are prepared to release your internal David Attenborough and get into making nature narratives? Or, on the other hand, maybe shoot some untamed life snaps that are deserving of National Geographic? At that point, it's an ideal opportunity to put resources into a path camera. These clever gadgets permit you to distantly catch film and stills of creatures in settings that would somehow be demolished by the snap of a shade.
I took this photo with a borrowed 600 mm lens. It was my first time using a lens of that size and I have to say that it was very cool to use that lens. In a way, I felt like a photographer for National Geographic and that was a great feeling.
Technology is getting advanced day by day in all fields of life. Few decades ago, very few of the modern gadgets exist, which were then a considered luxury that only elite class could afford. Camera was one of them. Although early camera history starts a few centuries ago, the present day cameras started to roll out in late nineties. As the technology evolved, camera got better, smaller and affordable. Mobile phone (later smartphones) enabled us to have camera available all in the time without any hassle. Although smartphone camera fulfils the majority of tasks in everyday life from selfies, social media posting to event / get-together photography and video recordings. But the professional photographers and enthusiasts still prefer digital cameras over smartphone due to clearer and high resolution pictures, customised manual settings, verity of camera accessories and lenses to choose from. Digital camera has got lots of advancements in recent times with new technologies making it even better. Here, we are providing an overview of modern day camera types with their benefits.
Remember the venerable old disposable camera? If you grew up in the 1990s, you definitely do. These cheap little plastic-based, paper-covered cameras were ubiquitous throughout the 1980s and 1990s — although they were actually originally conceived in 1880, almost 150 years ago.
It seems that whenever I’m around Germain and Yuval, a couple based in Honduras and Israel respectively, the days seem brighter, both metaphorically and literally.