Photo Sharing - Connect With Family & Friends! Posted on February 26th, 2013
Sharing photographs with your family and friends, no longer requires old fashioned photo albums. Since the advent of photo sharing web sites in the 1990s, many people find that sharing photographs online is much more convenient and expedient than carrying around a bulky album.
In the last twenty years, photo sharing has gone from bein... read more
Tilt Shift Photography Posted on February 14th, 2013
There isn’t anything particularly special about tilt shift photography, but ask a discerned, professional photographer and you will see their eyes light up!
The real purpose of the tilt shift lens is to extend the depth of field in the genres of architecture and photography. Also known as miniature faking, tilt... read more
3D Printing For All Technology Savvy Photographer Posted on January 23rd, 2013
Along with being their most prized possession, a camera is the most essential tool in a photographer’s arsenal. But a good printer is also a vital requirement for doing justice to the photographs. Well, the task of choosing the right one for printing your photographs just got a lot more complicated. The new 3D printers are all the rage in... read more
Wedding Photography - Capture Precious Memories Posted on January 14th, 2013
Wedding is the most important milestone of the groom and bride’s lives. You work hard to choose the right caterer, decorator and stylists. You even go through the whole playlists several times with the DJ. Choosing the right wedding photographer is just as important if not more. Get to know your photographer before finalizing them to capture the ... read more
Polaroid Digital Instant Cameras Posted on December 28th, 2012
Although the very first instant camera came in 1923, the invention of modern instant cameras is attributable to Edwin H. Land who established the Polaroid Corporation in 1937 and the first Polaroid instant camera came out in the year 1948. Some of the earliest instant cameras were also known as Land cameras after the name of the person who gave the... read more