Read how I came about shooting the picture of Maria Sklodowska Curie.Read More
Why shooting HDR in Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) mode is not the best way to shoot HDR? Because it is like shooting in the dark in the hope of covering the whole dynamic range of your scene. It is also like throwing a bunch of grenades without knowing where your target is. Professionals are snipers.Read More
Instinctively, I would use the burst mode on my camera to shoot fast-moving subjects. That's true but not only that! If you are in a situation where you are shooting handheld and your shutter speed is too slow to get you a sharp image, try shooting in burst mode. The more frames per second your camera can deliver, the better of course. It saved me a few times!
Why gradual filters are importantRead More
Someone has stolen your picture but that person says that's not yours. She has deleted your watermark and all the metadata of the file or she did a print screen of your picture. How can you still prove it's yours?Read More
Here is a really really cool Web app that tells you all about your camera and lens settings you use the most in your pictures. All you have to do is to load your Lightroom catalog on the website and bingo!
Lightroom Dashboard - https://www.lightroomdashboard.com/
Yes you guessed it, I'm shooting Fuji, an X-T1 to be more precise and I love it. I came to use the wireless connection feature more and more and I have to say that it works flawlessly... well now it does because I discovered by myself THE detail that all the posts out there didn't talk about: the focus setting of your camera. Before launching the FujiFilm camera remote app, make sure that your focus mode is set to Single (S) and not to Manual otherwise you will not be able to focus using your smartphone!! Since I mostly shoot on manual focus, taping on my smartphone screen to focus didn't work and I didn't why. I read everything on the Internet and never found the answer. Now you have it. Happy shooting.