Something fun every photographer should try at least once is shooting and creating a time lapse video. It’s wonderful to see things happening at faster than life speed. Time lapses also help bring perspective to time and movement. … [Read more...] about How To Easily Shoot A Time Lapse
It’s easy to get wrapped up with cameras and lenses and forget some of the small things that make shooting a little easier. Here are 11 accessories that Lauren and I have started to use over the years and can’t live without! … [Read more...] about 11 Overlooked Photography Accessories
We were lucky enough to have a good friend pick us up an iPad on her vacation to the States and I thought I would do a quick video sharing how we’re already using it. If you’re viewing that video in HD my apologies for the interference pattern on the screen. I assure you the iPad display is crisp and bright! Obviously this is still a very raw product. There aren’t a … [Read more...] about iPad: A Quick Intro
Lauren and I recently visited the Yousuf Karsh exhibit at the Alberta Art Gallery. Karsh was a well known Canadian photographer based out of Ottawa . He’s probably best known for his portrait of Winston Churchill - the one where Karsh took Churchill’s cigar away and Churchill gave Karsh a surly look. … [Read more...] about Why You Need A Wacom Tablet
A big part of our photography involves using available light. We use off-camera flash and bounced flash where necessary, but much prefer the simple beauty of natural light. … [Read more...] about How To Make Your Own Studio. For $20.