November 16, 2015 by Autodesk and Digimedia Dude Pixlr is a fun and powerful photo editor that lets you quickly crop, rotate, and fine-tune any picture, free. Can’t afford Adobe’s Photoshop? Want to work on photos on your web browser without any software installation? Then you should check out Autodesk’s Pixlr, a free alternative photo […]Read more "Autodesk Pixlr – A Free Alternative To Photoshop"
May 22, 2015 By Lens Distortions, LLC The ALL NEW Lens Distortions app – Stunning photographic overlays add character and dimension to your shots. Optimized for iPhone 6 Compatible with iPhone 4s+ AUTHENTIC Lens Distortions look real, because they are real. Made from optically-captured elements, including actual sunlight, haze, and fragments of glass. INTUITIVE Incredibly […]Read more "The ALL NEW (and FREE) Lens Distortions App"
April 1, 2014 by Aleida Guevara Quick. Simple. Easy. And so is today’s blog entry by Aleida Guevara on Pinterest, which I should really take more advantage of. Click here or below to download this Photographer’s Cheat Sheet, if you’re a beginner, to put in your camera bag.Read more "A Simple Photo Cheat Sheet"
June 19, 2013 by ShutterMag Looking for world-class free online photography training by the best photographers in the business? Quality online photography training and education is priceless in today’s competitive landscape. Shutter Magazine was created by photographers for photographers in order to help raise the bar of professional photography industry. This free online photography […]Read more "ShutterMag: Free Online Photography Magazine"
June 17, 2013 by Derrick Story, Tech Hive You can energize a conversation with photographers in innumerable ways. You could, for example, try to build a case for Nikon over Canon, or perhaps argue that sensor size doesn’t really matter. Or you could advocate using protective filters on all of your lenses.I find the third […]Read more "Lens filters protect your pricey camera glass: Here are your options…"
June 15, 2012 by Michael Zhang Videographer Joel Loukus created a continuous ring light source — which he calls the “WreathLight” — using a wreath frame and two strings of Christmas lights. The total cost came out to $24. It’s a cheap and easy way of adding some soft lighting to your portraits. No […]Read more "Building a Cheap Ring Light for that Perfect Shot"