Fashion photography is all about showing off the designer’s apparel in all its glory. But lighting and capturing the image on a camera takes much more effort than simply snapping away at the model wearing the designer’s apparel. As you can Continue reading Lighting Technique For Studio Fashion Photography
Does the old school, fully manual, film based, mechanical camera, have a place in this day and age of total digital domination? Or is it relegated to the display cabinet, only to be admired from afar as a museum piece, telling Continue reading Mechanical Camera In The Digital Age – Going Old School
I have often been asked a variation of this question by friends, relatives, and even some mere acquaintances, “I intend to buy a camera. So what camera should I buy?”. Most of these people are regular people out there who Continue reading What Is The “Best” Camera?
There are generally two types “schools” when it comes to photography. “Old school” photographers refer mainly to those who had to “struggle” with doing everything on their own with a fully-manual camera, while the “new school” photographers refer to the Continue reading Old School Vs. New School Photography
Just because there is a digital camera doesn’t mean that there is an opposite of the digital camera, called the analogue camera. Calling it an analogue camera is akin to calling the conventional optical/film camera a non-digital camera. Likewise, there Continue reading Misnomer – Analogue Photography