Shooting in RAW mode gives you better files, and more flexibility with your post processing. A lot is said about how fantastic RAW mode is. In fact, here are 10 reasons why you should be shooting in RAW! I've actually petitioned the High Council of Photographers to change the name to Awesome mode. Waiting to hear back. Now you may be wondering how do you actually shoot in … [Read more...] about How To Shoot RAW
It was 2:00AM when Rob sat bolt upright in bed. "I hear sirens" he said, and he got up and hustled down the hallway. Seconds later he came tearing back into the room. "The condos are on fire, I'm going to take photos. I'll be careful!" and with that, he was packing up the camera and heading out the door before I could even piece together what was happening. As I looked out … [Read more...] about Flames, Explosions, And The Safety Of Your Photos
Shooting as a team can be a big challenge. It may seem easy – two people means you can get twice as many shots! But the logistics of working together (who shots what, from where, with what, and when) can make anyone flustered. We have been shooting as a team since the very beginning – about 7 years now. And along the way we've had our fair share of frustrations. But after … [Read more...] about How To Shoot As A Photography Team Without Going Crazy
What type of metering should I use for outdoor fashion photography under trees on a sunny day? - Gamaliel … [Read more...] about Q&A: Metering Modes, Output Sharpening, And More
I know that investing time in building skills is more important than investing money in gear, but how do I know whether my camera is limiting my ability to grow? What factors do you guys consider when determining whether it's time to upgrade? - Steph Ah, good question. That's certainly a tough thing to determine, and will differ for every photographer. But here are … [Read more...] about Q&A: When To Buy A New Camera, Watermarking, and More!