Photography Products & Resources

Must-Have Travel Photography Accessories Under $70

Can anything ruin your travels like than coming home with crappy photos? I know - no photos at all. What will really rip your undies is if it could've been avoided if you were better prepared. You don't need a lot of gear to take great travel photos, but a few extra...

3 More Photography Books That Changed My Life

I read a post this this week on one of my favourite photography blogs called "Five Books That Changed My Life as a Professional Photographer". It was a great read, and one that I couldn't agree more with. I have read and loved three out of those five photography...

5 Must-Have Apps for Travel Photographers

Google Photos Having been an Android user for quite a few years now, I have come to love Google's Photos app, and couldn't imagine travelling without it. The biggest advantage for me is that the app backs up all my photos to the Google servers, giving me the peace of...

Photo Nuts and Gear by Neil Creek [eBook]

Just a quick post to let you know about the latest ebook from Digital Photography School. This latest in their "Photo Nuts" series is titled Photo Nuts and Gear, and is written by Neil Creek.  As the title suggests, it's all about one of my favourite subjects - photo...

Portraits: Lighting The Shot by Gina Milicia [eBook Review]

Portrait photography is undoubtedly one of the most popular photographic specialties there is, so it's not surprising that there is a wealth of resources out there on the subject. No matter whether your subjects are fashion models, celebrities, high school seniors or...

Sharp Shooter by Martin Bailey [eBook]

Martin Bailey is one of those rare photographers who thrives in both the creative and the technical. Not a lot of creatives do that well. It doesn't take much time browsing his portfolio to see that he is a very creative person, but he is also one of the most...

Long Exposure Photography With The Lee Big Stopper [Review]

After months of reading, researching, and trying to find ways to justify the expense, I decided my 30th birthday was a good enough reason to cough up some cash and bought myself a shiny new Lee Big Stopper. I don't have any other square filters, so I also needed a...

LEARN HOW TO TAKE SHARPER PHOTOS

Grab the free eBook and learn the techniques and camera settings that will help you come home with more razor-sharp photos.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest