Amazon has Photoshop Elements 15 for $39.99 (reg. $79.99) right now. While it is currently showing “out of stock,” you can still place and order and Amazon will ship it when it is back in stock. Check it out here on Amazon.com.
We’ve got a new shirt available for you photography buffs. The text in the design reads: When Life Gets Blurry, Adjust Your Focus. I’m really happy with the design and colors my friend Alicia put together for this shirt.
There are also ladies and youth versions, which my wife demanded I make available. Check out the ladies cut below. [Read more…]
Getting to take pictures with DSLR or mirrorless camera gear while traveling is thrilling. You don’t know when you’ll return to the location, and you want to capture every important moment while you’re there. Packing the right equipment ensures your camera stays safe and you maximize your shooting potential while you’re traveling. [Read more…]
Depth of field refers to the amount of photo in focus. One reason many people purchase a DSLR camera is to blur their backgrounds with ease. Creating a creamy, blurred background helps a subject “pop” or stand out from the background. The following tips will help you create this desired blur. [Read more…]
When you’re in a creative rut, experimenting with new gear offers the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself. Consider investing in one or more the following scene-setters to create new classic, timeless photos and video.
Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Pierre Angenieux was a French engineer and optician and one of the inventors of the modern zoom lens. He’s best known for introducing the Angenieux retrofocus, a wide-angle lens boasting an inverted telephoto configuration. Since 1935, Angenieux has been leading the pack in developing optimal cinematography lenses for the broadcast and film industries. The 16-40mm T2.8 PL (pictured) and 30-76mm T2.8 PL are lightweight lenses with 4K capacity, perfect for producing cinematic yet modern imagery. [Read more…]