To be a great travel photographer it requires more than just the ability to capture pretty photo — in fact, sometimes the photos don’t have to be pretty at all. This is a long video, so grab a coffee/tea/beer, and prepare to absorb some quality knowledge from a professional travel and documentary photography.
The Canon C500 Mark II is not cheap, but with that price tag comes an impressive range of features sure to satisfy a lot of professionals. This excellent review gives a great overview of the camera and what you can expect in shooting with it.
Photographers and videographers are lucky to have a wide range of general-purpose full frame mirrorless cameras that can competently handle a lot of genres and scenarios. If you are wondering which model is right for you, this fantastic video compares the Sony a7 III, the Canon EOS R, and the Nikon Z 6.
The Godox V1 is a powerful round head speedlight with a variety of advanced features that make it a versatile portable flash for a wide variety of applications. This great video review takes a look at how the flash holds up after a year of usage in a few different genres.
Frequency separation tends to have a bit of a controversial reputation, but when used carefully, it can be a great technique for specific retouching situations. This excellent video will show you how you can use frequency separation for retouching in Photoshop.
The lesson of having a good tripod is sometimes one that takes many years for some photographers to learn. Often, the idea of spending more money for a tripod than a lens seems crazy to some. Once you’ve used a good tripod, you understand.
Nearly every modern camera has different metering modes to measure the amount of available light. It is possible to measure the average across the image, or just a part of the image. Do you use all of these metering modes? Or is it better to limit the use to only one?
Mary Bel is a single mom of 2 teenage kids, works full time, and finds a small glimpse of love, through self-portraiture.