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Quick and Easy Tiny Planet Photography with the Ricoh Theta SC2 Written by William Algar-Chuklin With a unique look and appeal, Tiny Planet photography has exploded in popularity and quality in recent years. Read on for some starting tips and tricks, and how you can get into Tiny Planet photography yourself with the affordable Ricoh Theta SC2! The Rundown: Untapped...
25 November 2020
Primes VS Zooms Written by William Algar-Chuklin There is a debate as old as the art of photography that still rages on in the trenches of every photographic community. What’s better? A Prime or Zoom lens! Today I’m going to cover the pros and cons of each, and a challenger you may not have considered. The Rundown: The right lens...
18 November 2020
Spotting Counterfeit SD Cards Written by William Algar-Chuklin Banner Photo: Philipp Katzenberger on Unsplash Have you ever purchased some SanDisk memory cards on eBay or Amazon that sounded too good to be true, only to find out that they’re not working as advertised? It’s likely you were just the victim of an SD card scam. Fear not, we’re here to...
13 November 2020
Recording Audio for Content Creation at Home Written by William Algar-Chuklin We’re all looking for new ways to create content during the lockdown, whether for work or for a personal project. If you’re looking to vlog or podcast, good voice audio capture may not have been something you’ve thought about. Today let’s explore two possible options and how it can...
04 November 2020
3-2-1 Backups for Video and Photography Written by William Algar-Chuklin Data backup for video and photography always seems like an afterthought, but a good backup strategy can save your bacon on many occasions. A common backup method strategy is the 3-2-1 backup method. So let’s cover that today! The rundown: More backups are better A simple and consistent strategy is...
28 October 2020
How To Clean A Camera Lens Whether your goal is to document research, capture a memory, or create a stunning piece of art, having a clean camera lens is vital to your success. Dust, smudges, and fog can all lessen the quality of your work. Although you can’t always protect your lens from the environment, you can ensure that your...
23 October 2020
What Makes a Good Tripod? Written by William Algar-Chuklin A workhorse of any photographer and videographer, the humble tripod is an irreplaceable part of any professional’s workflow. Image stabilisation has come a long way in recent years, but will never replace a great tripod. Let’s have a look at what makes a good tripod and what you should be on...
21 October 2020
What Is A Macro Lens? The term “macro” is typically used to denote anything associated with close-up photography. The vast majority of compact cameras have a mode that allows macro shooting, and many more zoom lenses utilise the term “macro” in their title. In most cases, macro lenses can reproduce a small object at up to 0.5x its life-size using...
16 October 2020
Beginners Guide to Macro Photography Written by William Algar-Chuklin I’ve always found that the most interesting photos are ones of things you normally never see in everyday life, and what better way to capture those unique shots than through close up macro photography Today let’s cover the basics to get you started on your macro journey. The Rundown: Get in...
14 October 2020
What Is A DSLR Camera? If you are starting to get into cameras and photography, you likely have heard about DSLR cameras. While you may know that these cameras have a good reputation, you may not have any idea what they are or what DSLR means. Don’t worry though - plenty of people who love photography know very little about...
09 October 2020
Backdrops for Live Streaming Written by William Algar-Chuklin Live Streaming has come a long way in the last few years, so the expectation for high quality content is also on the rise. There are many options to help improve the look of your content, but an easy way to help any video content you produce is the versatile but humble...
07 October 2020
What Is Shutter Speed In Photography? If you are a beginning photographer, one of the most important aspects of taking quality photos is understanding exposure controls. A camera’s exposure controls are the shutter speed, ISO and aperture. Not only do you need to understand each concept individually, but you also need to know how they work together to create a...
02 October 2020
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