So what is full-frame, and what do you need to know in terms of full-frame vs APS-C cameras? In their latest guest blog, our friends at the photo management blog Photoventure run through some of the key points to remember in the great full-frame vs crop sensor debate!
What are the different types of photo backpacks available, and do you need one? In our latest Layman’s Guide we answer the common questions beginner photographers may have about these essential accessories.
One of the holy gospels of digital photography is to shoot in raw format. But let’s face it: there are still times when you’ll want to shoot JPEGs instead of raw files. And when you do, getting the correct white balance is of vital importance because it’s much more difficult to correct white balance in JPEGs on the computer than it is when editing raw files.
That said, there are ways to correct white balance in the JPEG images you have taken. In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how to fix your colour errors and rescue those JPEGs.
What are close-up lenses? In our latest Layman’s Guide we answer the common questions about these budget alternatives to macro lenses and show the effects they can produce.
Continuing our series on getting perfect tones in your color photography, we turn from the camera to the digital darkroom to see which photo editing tools can help rescue your images where the light or camera let you down.
Adobe Camera Raw is a powerful plug-in with which you can accomplish just about any of your photo editing needs. In this latest Raw Tuesday guide to editing raw files we’ll highlight 8 of the most important tools in Adobe Camera Raw for the uninitiated and explain how they can rescue an image.
Our latest post in our series on color photography explores some of the common photography problems encountered with different light sources when shooting in low light. Find out how you can use mixed lighting in your night photography and get the most accurate color balance possible.
In the latest post in our series on understanding color photography, we take a look at camera filters and how you can use them to achieve perfect tones in-camera.
In the latest post of our series studying color photography and how to get the best tones, we look at saturated colors, the problems they can cause and whether to increase saturation in-camera or on the computer.
The latest instalment of our in-depth series on how to shoot color photography investigates how to make photo compositions with clashing colors. We explain when clashing colors work best and when it’s best to leave them alone.