|A Functional Paper Pinhole Leica M3 CameraThe Laughing Squid brings us a fully functional Papercraft Pinhole Leica M3 camera created by Matthew Nicholson.|
And while wait for Matthew to released the “how to” of his project you can try this equally cool Papercraft Hasselblad Pinhole Camera with it’s informational video.
|Laughing Squid’s Post → |
|Know Your Flash: A PhotoTutsPlus Tutorial|
“When shooting with a hotshoe flash, there are are some common questions. How should I adjust the settings on my flash? How will the manual and TTL modes affect my images? What is flash sync, and more importantly what is first curtain sync and second curtain sync? Where should I point my flash? What is flash zoom?…” All these questions and more are answered in this tutorial by Photo Tut Tutorial.
|Photo Tuts Plus’ Post → |
|Sony NEX-C3 Is the World’s Smallest APS-C Interchangeable Lens Camera With a body weighing in at a mear 8oz, Sony’s NEX-C3 is the world’s smallest APS-C interchangeable lens camera. And yet it still packs a lot of punch with a 16.2-megapixel Exmore APS-C HD CMOS sensor that’s capable of grabbing 720p HD video. For an in-depth look at Sony’s latest creation check out…|
|PopPhoto.com → |
|Lens Acronyms: Deciphering Nikon Lenses Thanks to Harry Lim for pointing out Nikon’s Glossary, Nikon shooters can stop scratching their heads when it comes to all those acronyms.|
|Harry Lim’s Blog → |
|Best Technique for Shooting InteriorsThis issue’s post of the week goes to one that created a lot of conflicting views. But whether you love it or hate it Dom Bower’s video on interior photo techniques, HRD vs Flash will give you a lot to think about.|
|Post Of The Week → |
|Six Simple Tips For Shooting Family Portraits As Jim Harmer points out in his latest article, it’s easy to forget that shooting family portraits come with a whole different set of goals and concerns than any other type of portrait photography. Get help with…|
|Jim Harmer’s Tips → |
|June Photo Contest: Sand |
This month’s Fstopper’s photo contest revolves around the theme of “SAND”. Why should you care? The answer is simple; the winner will get a custom banner linking to their site on Fstoppers.com, will win a Starlite Kit by PhotoFlex, become the envy of their friends and gain the respect of their peers. So, head on over to the forum and submit your photo before the sands run out.
|Submit Your Photo → |
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