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Category Archives: Photography
There are often questions asked about what is the difference between a “full frame” sensor on a camera and a “cropped” sensor. This will hopefully explain the differences. A “Full frame” camera has a sensor the same as size as … Continue reading
What is a portrait? According to Wikipedia, a portrait is a painting, photograph, sculpture, or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. I have also heard the word portrait refer to pictures … Continue reading
Narooma is a quiet seaside town with a population of 8500 about 320 Km and 3 1/2 hours south of Sydney. It is at the southern end of the Eurobodalla Shire which includes Batemans Bay in the north and down … Continue reading
Milan/Paris-based photographer and writer Enzo Dal Verme has written a new photography manual titled, “How To Shoot A Reportage” – Brutally practical tips and tricks”. Reportage has various meanings but relates to a journalistic reporting of events or telling a story … Continue reading
The Internet is a wonderful thing. The amount of information available on almost anything is often too much to analyse. Part of the reason for this is anyone can contribute. Average people can now contribute to encyclopaedias without any qualifications … Continue reading
For storage I have based mine on popular American commercial photographer Chase Jarvis’s solution. See http://blog.chasejarvis.com/blog/2010/06/workflow-and-backup-for-photo-video/ Chase uses Apple Xserve servers connected to a bank of Fibre Channel Hard Drives and TimeMachine to automatically backup, along with an off site … Continue reading
Your image is just a data file, or a collection of zeroes and ones called BITS (BInary digiTS) of information stored in a computer memory. For a modern digital SLR camera shooting a 20Megapixel (20M) image there can be 240 … Continue reading
When I bought my first Canon digital camera in 2005 it was very disappointing. I used it a few times and went back to film. The camera gradually passed from person to person and became the tool for eBay snaps … Continue reading
At the mere mention of an embarrassing moment a mother can disappear into a room and emerge within two minutes with a fifty-year-old photo of Johnny in the bath aged 3. Aunt Mary has even written on the back in … Continue reading