What do you get the most important woman in your life on Mother’s Day? We have a great selection of trendy, tech-savvy gifts and accessories that will help remind your mom who her favorite child is (that would be you). You’ll find everything from mobile entertainment gear to...
Last year Zeiss answered the call of photographers looking for more selection for their Sony full-frame E-mount cameras (currently the a7 series) with the manual focus Loxia 35mm and 50mm lenses. Now, Zeiss continues to fill the void for professionals and enthusiasts alike with the announcement of their new BATIS 25mm and 85mm lenses.
Make 2015 your BEST photography year yet! #AdoramaU is a year-long tour through twelve essential photography topics. This lesson will summarize the three factors that effect exposure and help demystify the histogram.
The Fujifilm X100T is a slick compact camera that features a Hybrid Viewfinder that has an Electronic Rangefinder mode. It has a 23mm (35mm in 35mm format equivalent) f/2 fixed lens with additional ND filters that add three stops of aperture. It can also shoot Full HD video at 50fps, 30fps, 25fps or 24fps.
Flashpoint AutoStands make it simple for the photographer or videographer who rearranges lights during a shoot. The legs automatically retract when you lift the stand so no more banging the legs into the rest of your set! Ruth Medjber shows how easy the lights are on a recent shoot with the Irish band, Codes.
In the 5th part of the Exposure Triangle series Mark Wallace explains Aperture Values. What does the "f" in f/2.8 mean? Why is 2.8 a large opening and 16 a small opening? Why do aperture values change when you zoom your lens? All of this is explained in this episode!
In this episode, Doug give us some great tips on how to get the perfect Spring shot, he explains what we need to look for while out and about during this time of year and the steps we need to take to achieve it. He also explains the histogram, and the importance it holds for digital photography.
Shooting with a Go Pro using the Go Pro Chesty Harness, Wrist housing and head mount. Martin heads to The Ultimate Adventure Centre to demo body mounts with the help of instructor and his daughter Maggie.
Looking for different angles, or just turning your camera vertically can lead to more interesting photos and give you a variety to work with. In this episode Bryan shows us how to use the environment around the subject to change the point of view and also how lens choice helps when shooting portraits.
Many photographers dream of having their photos exhibited in a gallery but how do you get there? Ruth Medjber asks Clare Grafik, Head of Exhibitions at The Photographers' Gallery in London what some of the keys to catching her attention are and what you can do to improve your photography portfolio.
If you aspire to be a First AC (Assistant Camera), you need to be ready on set with a variety of gear/tools beyond that of your production. Being ready for any situation will gain you a great reputation and keep the gigs coming. Dave Brusca shows you some of the basics he always has with him when working as a First AC.