If you have ever edited images, you have noticed some adjustment sliders labeled “saturation” and “vibrance”. Upon quick adjustments, they both seem to do the same thing. But they both have their differences and use of application. Read more to see the difference between saturation and vibrance.
This pocket light meter is a great tool to quickly find out the proper exposures of a certain area of a photograph. I tested it out over the weekend and it seems to work quite well. The best part is… it’s FREE! Read more for link and screenshots
Recently I stumbled upon “The Posing App” for the iPhone. The app features a variety of categories with a breakdown of each pose. This is a nice tool to have on the go when you are about wrapped up with your initial concepts and maybe want to try a few other options. Read more for
This HDR technique is great for the quick shot when you don’t have access to a tripod. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. An HDR photograph properly exposes the light and dark area’s of a photograph. Creating HDR images requires you to snap a series of photos at different exposures, then merging them into a
The supermoon of 2012 is here. If you have ever thought of photographing the moon, this is the night of the year to do it. Every year the moon comes in it’s closest orbit with year, called Perigree. The moon is 14% larger during this phase which doesn’t seem like much. For best results to
Using your on-camera flash can produce pictures that are extremely blown out or that have extremely dark and hard shadows. When shooting indoors, lighting conditions are usually poor, so we tend to use flash on our cameras. The fix? A speedlight.