This week the Leonid meteor shower will grace our skies. A scattering of bright meteors will appear to radiate from the Leo constellation and will be visible right across Australia. The meteor shower activity will peak on the morning of November 18 in the form of a meteor storm. If you’re keen to capture the moment on camera we have a few tips from award-winning photographer Phil Hart to help you take the best shots.
Google launched its cloud photo storage service Google Photos back in May and it has since amassed over 100 million active users. Suffice to say the company has now acquired a ton of data on people’s photography habits. So what are people taking photos of?
Adobe Photoshop is the market leader when it comes to photo retouching, image editing, and creating new images from scratch. However, for most people’s needs, it may just be too many features to wade through, too much money to spend, or too complicated to use. Thankfully, there are plenty of powerful alternatives. Here’s a look at five of the best.
When it comes to good natural lighting, you can’t beat the time of day known as “golden hour” (or “magic hour”). This iOS app can tell when golden hour is every day no matter where you are, and lets you set reminders so you never miss the perfect shot.
You’ve spent your fortunes on a high-quality camera, great lenses and a sturdy tripod… so what do you do when your finances fall short for the little things? Fortunately, Kai from DigitalRev has some suggestions on how to shore up your photo-shooting arsenal for free. Well, almost free.