Death Valley Sunset by Kevin Raber How many times do you find yourself returning home from a photography shoot all excited about the captured images and after loading the images onto your computer feel disappointed in how they look. This article shows how with sunsets and sunrises you can put back the color that many times our cameras take away because they think just a little too mcuh for us.
Sculpting with Light by Harold Ross This article (and future follow-up articles) will be dealing specifically with lighting and post production methods as a way to put forward one’s vision using light painting.
Learning Video Production the Hard Way by Peter Cox High end video production is now within the reach of any modern DSLR owner. What does it take to achieve something really worthwhile though? Regular contributor Peter Cox shares the trials and tribulations of producing an hour long video tutorial/travelogue in Learning Video Production the Hard Way.
3 Years Later, DSLR Video, One Man's Perspective by Phil Holland We're coming up on the 3 year anniversary of DSLR cameras that also have the ability to shoot High Definition video. The flexibility of having a small and inexpensive camera with fantastic battery life that also can use interchangeable lenses has captivated consumers, professionals, and camera manufacturers around the world. Personally I've used these cameras to shoot everything from live events to motion pictures for feature films. With a slew of new cameras coming out in the next few months I find myself looking back at what has worked and what hasn't. I've gone through a whole lot of headaches, frustration, and problem solving to get the material up to snuff for the big screen and dealing with the camera system's "quirks". With this particular article I'd like to share some of my experiences and what I've learned along the way.