No matter how skilled you get and how much you love to spice things up during editing, some filters are essential depending on conditions you shoot in.
There is a variety of brands that you could choose from when trying to decide what filter you should buy for your camera lens. Here you will learn which brands make quality filters, so that you don’t end up spending your hard earned cash on junk, and there is plenty of that going around, with new companies popping up every day.
The Polaroid Go is now available in two new colors, Black and Red. In addition, colored filters and an arthouse-style black instant film are available for purchase.
The Polaroid Go is the world’s smallest analog instant camera that you can hide in your pocket and carry wherever you go. It truly pushes the boundaries of where you can “Go Create”. The Polaroid Go comes in at 4.1″ x 3.3″ x 2.4″.
At such a small size for an instant camera, the Polaroid Go does not skimp on features. It comes with a high capacity battery, self timer, double exposure option, dynamic flash, selfie mirror, and now lens filters offering red, blue, and orange tinted photos. The new matte black frame instant film is great for drama and is the smallest of its kind.
The Polaroid Go campaign has featured Miranda Makaroff, a fashion designer, blogger, dj, and actress and Ibby Njoya, a set designer and artist.
“I love the new possibilities that the Polaroid Go creates. It makes it so easy to capture inspiration wherever I travel, which plays a big part into my creative process as an artist,”
NFTs are proving to be an additional income generation method for photographers. Photos sitting on your hard drive can be converted to NFTs and sold. But many photographers still don’t know how to do it, thinking that NFTs are too complex and hard to understand as is blockchain technology.
As a photographer, you need to know which images can be sold as NFTs and what are the best NFT platforms for photography. In this article, I will explain everything about NFTs as simply as possible as I have knowledge of the field. You will also learn how to mint and sell your first NFT without needing to be a crypto expert.
One of the most exciting things about the modern world is the high accessibility of professional tools for regular people. It provides us with a great chance to enjoy thousands of totally diverse pieces of art throughout the Web and beyond it.
Now you can find hundreds of online offers to create impressive collages, apply beautiful filters, or add text to photos free of charge.
You’ve got your creation exactly how you want it and now it’s time to save it. You want to save it as a PNG. However, when you go to save it, PNG does not appear in the list of file type options that you can choose. What do you do? Shaking your fist at your computer in frustration will do little to resolve the problem. But you’re in luck because reading this article will offer you the answer.
Today I got to test out the Tourbox. The company behind it claims its the “ultimate controller for creators”. The Tourbox is said to be compatible with many programs including Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator and Capture One, drawing software, like Clip Studio Paint, Comic Studio and SAI, or video and audio editing software, like Final Cut Pro, Premiere, After Effects, DaVinci, Audition and C4D.
When it comes to photography software, the most common names that come up are Adobe Lightroom, which is often used to work with RAW images, and Adobe Photoshop, which is often used to perform retouching tasks like smoothing out skin, removing blemishes, and fixing exposure. While these programs are fantastic for the editing process, photographers tend to be left to their own devices when they need to create a portfolio, do a consultation one-on-one with a prospective client, or convince clients to make a purchase.
College life can be very hectic and challenging. Once you get into a higher education institution, you get sucked into the whirlpool of lectures, assignments, workshops, conferences, and new acquaintances. At time, you may feel overwhelmed by this new breakneck pace of life and reluctant to go on your education quest.
What do you think is the one thing that people treasure the most after they have cut their birthday cake, completed a wedding ceremony, or had their first baby?
Well, for most photographers, the answer is rather simple. These are the photographs taken by our fancy gadgets capturing those precious shots so that they remain a part of our clients’ lives forever. Would it not be amazing then, if you could make these photos even more compelling?