iOS: Manual is a powerful, well-designed camera app that gives you total control over your photos’ exposure, and with the arrival of iOS 10, Manual 2.0 can now shoot raw DNG photos.
One of the best things about owning a GoPro is you can take it anywhere — even in the water swimming, diving, surfing, or just paddling around. Of course, losing or dropping it means it’s lost to the depths. This trick uses a plastic soda bottle to make a simple, floating mount you won’t lose under water.
If photography was as simple as point and shoot, everyone would be making six-figure salaries off their DSLRs. The truth is you need training to make a profit from your photography, and the Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification can help get there.
For only $26.53 AUD [$19.99 USD], this course will teach you the techniques the pros use to take amazing photos.
It’s easy to become reliant on plug-ins for simple editing tasks when in reality, a lot of these effects can be accomplished with a little knowledge of Photoshop’s built-in functionality. Take “dynamic contrast” — turns out you can do this yourself with the help of PS’ Unsharp Mask, High Pass filter and blend modes.
If you’re trying to get a unique look on your photos without applying a bunch of unnecessary filters, here’s an advanced technique that can give you a dramatically wide shot with seemingly impossible depth-of-field. Here’s how it works.
Whether you’re a budding YouTuber or just want a stable rig to get great overhead shots, you don’t have to spend money on a pricey camera rig to get stable shots. This one costs less than $US35 ($46), is completely DIY, and won’t take up a lot of space if your only shooting space is a tiny apartment or small side room.