One of the best things about Google Photos is that it’s easy to find a photo by searching, but today the service made it even easier to find that specific shot you’re looking for. They have also added editing tools for Google’s auto-generated movies that let you use your own music and add photos to them.
The greatest enemy of the night photographer is noise. Even with extremely low ISO settings and the world’s steadiest tripod, your beautifully captured sky shots are going to have some unsightly speckles. Now, you could just apply a denoise filter and be done with it, but if you want to retain as much quality as possible, more precise methods exist.
Sometimes you have to get a little crafty when you’re on a photo shoot or filming a movie. Here are five clever ways to add 1/4″ mounts to your camera equipment and accessories so they can go anywhere.
Photo reflectors can improve the lighting in your photos and videos dramatically, but there’s no need to spend a ton of money on them if you don’t have to. Here’s a clever and cheap DIY option.
If your digital camera comes with a mini remote for recording and snapping photos, you can make cheap backup remotes in case it gets lost.
The golden (or divine) ratio is a staple of good photography and design. When you’re creating web pages or crafting designs in Photoshop, it could help to have a numerical value to guide your work. This tool can help.
One way to give your films a more professional touch is by making sure your camera is stabilised. While a bit of “shaky cam” can be used to good effect, most of the time its not what you want. Luckily, you don’t need expensive gear to keep your shots steady.