I shoot quite a bit of still photography involving work for factories, manufacturing facilities, and power plants. As a result, there are a few things I apply to my style of interior industrial photography which makes the shots look more dramatic than the scenes actually look in real life.
One of the problems with shooting […]
If you read the title to this article and wondered what it means, actuations in photographic terms refers to the amount of times the shutter has been fired/cycled on a SLR camera. So in this post I am going to teach you how to freely extract this information from a Canon DSLR camera, which happens […]
Recently I posted the first part of this article titled Preparing Equipment For A Photo Shoot – Part 1 where I gave some ideas on how to prepare for a photo shoot and I used a recent shoot I did for the Wall Street Journal as an example to give you an idea of […]
Back in the days of film, our film negatives were what we processed our photographs from and to us they were like gold. Now that everything has gone digital, we have digital negatives instead. And the RAW files that our digital cameras produce nowadays are referred to as these digital negatives.
Some people still […]
Do you ever wonder what is involved with preparing equipment for a photo shoot and how much time it might take to get everything ready? It might seem like a simple, or even trivial issue to some people, and which doesn’t take much thought or effort, but it is often more involved than one might […]
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I shoot quite a bit of still photography involving work for factories, […]