While getting the latest, shiny Canon or Nikon gear is nice, it's not always needed, especially for students who are still trying to figure out their style and what they'll use gear-wise. There's a few good brands like Neewer or Yongnuo that can give you a lot of bang for your buck, especially when it... Continue Reading →
...And If you'd like to try your hand at making your own monster self portrait, either via Photoshop or via costume and lighting, or some combo, I'll give 2 points extra credit to...
What is a Gnarbox? Gnarbox is a rugged backup device. It’s a tiny computer, that you control with your phone and can be used to back up your photos from memory cards, USB card readers or external drives. I first heard about it from this website: https://www.hdrshooter.com/2019/06/08/gnarbox-rugged-backup-device/ But it seems to have been updated with... Continue Reading →
Now that all colleges are online (eep) something I've noticed as all of my communication is digital, is that I'm getting migraines WAY more often...so I went out spent more time online and bought some computer glasses. Computer/gamer Glasses There are certainly better and more expensive brands, but I looked around at what was well rated... Continue Reading →
So, it's great if you can buy expensive lenses from the company that makes your camera-they will always work with your camera body, and that's nothing to sneeze at. Same is true with flashes. I've often told students, though, that buying a cheaper flash to begin with that you can make mistakes on and also... Continue Reading →
So, Trends in Software covers a lot of stuff, from Lightroom and Photoshop to social media intergration (instagram, 500, ello.co) to making videos, portfolio websites, and photo blogs...and more. The students in the class dip their toe in the waters of what is out there to learn and get up to date on...and there's a... Continue Reading →