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How to Fix a Failing CF Card

How to Fix a Failing CF Card

Regardless of your level in photography, from the novice to the expert, the last thing anyone wants to see when working with their digital camera is “CF Card Unrecognized Format/Eject?” Quite simply put, that prompt is telling you that the camera doesn’t recognize the card and thinks it is a new one. If you know for a [...]

April 9, 2014 nickhesson Blog, Resources, Tutorials 0

Wedding Colors that Photograph Well

Wedding Colors that Photograph Well

Close your eyes for a moment and think back to the weddings you’ve attended over the years. What images and colors come to mind? Are you picturing beautiful red roses in the middle of tables, or perhaps cheerful pink bridesmaid dresses and bouquets? When you’re deciding on your wedding colors, it’s important to select shades [...]

February 3, 2014 nickhesson Resources, Weddings 0

How to Use Aperture to take Creative Photos

How to Use Aperture to take Creative Photos

Andrew S Gibson is the author of Understanding EOS: A Beginner’s Guide to Canon EOS cameras. Regardless of what camera you own, there are two settings that dramatically affect the look of the photo: 1. The focal length of the lens. 2. The aperture Focal length is a topic for another article. Today I’m going [...]

February 8, 2013 nickhesson Photography, Resources 0

Picking The Right Imaging Editor For Your Needs (Mac Edition)

Picking The Right Imaging Editor For Your Needs (Mac Edition)

When it comes to image editing software there are a lot of great choices out there. Some of them are expensive and some of them are free. Obviously they do not all do the same things, and that means that all of them are not for you, but some of them just may be right [...]

February 6, 2013 Katie Gatto Resources 0

Blurring the Boundaries – Focusing Techniques for Photographers

Blurring the Boundaries – Focusing Techniques for Photographers

Blurring the Boundaries by Leon Ridyard I’ve been taking photographs most of my life. My photos and paintings have always been about contrasts – light and dark areas, light and dark colours, complex and simple textures, large and small shapes. It’s taken quite a few years to realize that these were the things that fascinated me [...]

February 5, 2013 Leon Ridyard Photography, Resources, Tutorials 0

Picking The Right Imaging Editor For Your Needs (Mac Edition)

Picking The Right Imaging Editor For Your Needs (Mac Edition)

Picking The Right Imaging Editor For Your Needs (Mac Edition) By Katie Gatto When it comes to image editing software there are a lot of great choices out there. Some of them are expensive and some of them are free. Obviously they do not all do the same things, and that means that all of [...]

February 5, 2013 Katie Gatto Photography, Resources 0

Fast Prime Lenses: What’s in a number…

Fast Prime Lenses: What’s in a number…

Fast Prime Lenses by J. Dennis Thomas There’s been resurgence in popularity of the fast prime lenses. Perhaps it’s due to the recent release of ultra high-resolution cameras such as the Nikon D800 and the Canon 1Ds MkIII that have the ability to out resolve many of the current crop of zoom lenses, so photographers [...]

February 5, 2013 J. Dennis Thomas Photography, Resources, REVIEWS 0

How To Jailbreak iOS 6.1 with evasi0n [iPhone, iPad, iPod]

How To Jailbreak iOS 6.1 with evasi0n [iPhone, iPad, iPod]

This post might be a little off topic but it would seem rather resourceful for some photographers and artists, as getting full control over your iDevice can be a wonderful thing. Step 1: Back Up Your Personal Data An obvious first step is to ensure that everything you want to keep on your phone is [...]

February 3, 2013 nickhesson Resources, Tutorials 3

How to Master Natural Light Photography – A Guide for Photographers [eBook]

How to Master Natural Light Photography – A Guide for Photographers [eBook]

After the Camera, Your most Powerful Photographic Tool is Light. This guide will teach you how to master natural light photography.   Are you making the most of it to create beautiful images? In Natural Light, pro travel photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich reveals his secrets for using natural light to enhance the mood, atmosphere, and quality [...]

January 23, 2013 nickhesson Photography, Resources 0

5 Free Resources For Photographers & Designers

5 Free Resources For Photographers & Designers

Today’s resource entry includes 5 Free Resources that many photographers could find valuable for either inspiration or a little extra hand. Remember, never download templates or presets and JUST use them as they are. Learn from them, experiment and try to improve. Every photograph is different and presets are not meant to work on every [...]

January 20, 2013 nickhesson Resources 1