Tuesday, January 31, 2023
If you’ve purchased a waterproof speaker or smartphone recently, you may have noticed its IP Code rating. For example, you may have seen ‘IPX7 Waterproof’ printed on the packaging of a JBL Flip 5, or ‘IP65/68’ on the box...
Flat lays are taking over product photography and with good reason. They’re an incredible way to show off your favorite items, define brand aesthetic, and they’re a lot of fun to put together! In this post, we take the...
The best lighting for outdoor photography depends heavily on where, when, and what you’re shooting. Different styles of photography require different equipment and techniques to achieve optimal lighting. This is especially true when you're outside, and at the mercy...
Is your photo business hurting from not being in a profitable photography niche market? It can be frustrating when you struggle to financially support your freelance photography business. Whether you’re just getting into the profession or are a veteran, it...
The moiré effect is something you may have noticed in a photo before and not realized it had a name. Usually undesired and unintentional, moiré (or the moiré effect or moiré pattern) refers to unusual and repetitive lines, dots,...
Did you hear!? Kodak Alaris has recently released the new Kodak Gold 200 film for 120mm Format, and it's been all the rave. The Kodak Gold 200 film is famous for its wondrously warm color aesthetic, especially in natural lighting, making for some...
If the goal was to bewilder as many people as possible with the increasing variety of memory cards, the tech industry is undoubtedly succeeding. Many new photographers and videographers are trying to discern the difference between an SD card...
What Is The Exposure Triangle? Before we jump in, it's important to know what exposure is. Exposure refers to how much light reaches your camera's sensor or film through the lens. It dictates how light or dark a photo is. The...
Balance in photography is a crucial principle of good composition. A photograph has balance when different areas of the frame equally draw the viewer's eye. This happens when objects, colors, or the sides of the image have the same...
What Is Macro Photography? Macro photography is the practice of taking extreme close-up images, usually of a subject that fills the entire frame. It’s often very nature-centric (bugs, flowers, water droplets, etc.) but can also be an asset in product...