Many photographers and videographers often hit points in their careers where they're suddenly dissatisfied with their work and unsure of where to go to next. This great video talks about how to avoid that mistake so you can continue to grow and become a more successful creative.
If you are into landscape photography, you likely use a wide angle lens for most of your shots, and when you work with that range of focal lengths, there are special considerations to be aware of. This great video talks about the importance of using foreground in your landscape compositions and how it can lead to better photos.
Winter can produce some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes of the year, bringing with it snow, ice, and more than a few challenges peculiar to winter landscapes. Iceland is no exception, and in his latest vlog, Nigel Danson shares tips for getting the most out of the white stuff.
There is an entire generation of memories currently trapped in VHS and unless we act to rescue them, these may continue to languish there. Years of video footage are stuck in these old tape formats that are usually relegated to a bookshelf somewhere in the house or stored in a box in the basement. They remain largely forgotten until moving time or a major spring cleaning operation.
The mirrorless versus SLR debate is the most hotly discussed topic in photography circles. One of the main reasons given for sticking to the SLR system is the superiority of the optical viewfinder (OVF). Over the past couple of years, I’ve started to question this point. In this article, I explore the areas where an electronic viewfinder (EVF) offers an advantage over on OVF.
Using your social media or YouTube account to generate meaningful income seems to be the dream (or at least part of it) for a lot of creatives, but having a large audience seems to be almost a requirement for that to happen. This great video talks about how you can still leverage your Instagram or similar platforms for income even if you don't have a massive audience.