Learning Communication is Key for Photographers
There are not many facets of life in which communication is not one of the most important aspects. Photography is no different, in fact I would argue that a photographer’s ability to communicate may have more impact on their photos that their knowledge of camera settings and technology do.
DIY Rain Guard Made from Empty CD Spindle
If you’re the sort that likes to DIY everything under the sun (or clouds) then I’ve got just the project for you. The guys over at DIY Photography have put together another great option for those of you looking to make a rain cover and can’t afford the $6 for an OP/TECH 18-Inch rainsleeve that come two in a pack (can you sense the sarcasm?).
DIY Lego Lens Cap Holder
Anyone who has grown up during that last 20 or so years has probably had some form of Lego (or Lego knock off) toys as a child, and anyone who has an SLR has probably misplaced a lens cap or two. Why not bring back some of that nostalgia and use your old favorite toys to help you keep track of that ever elusive lens cap!
Cool DIY Camo Rain Cover
Rob Gipman, a photographer from the Netherlands, built this neat DIY water resistant sleeve for his Canon 100-400L lens. The best part is that it is just a bit of fleece and a combination of a few different water resistant solutions.
Behind The Scenes – 60’s Inspired Fashion Photoshoot
This week I thought I’d give you guys an inside look into a 60‘s inspired fashion photoshoot we organized last Sunday, in a small living room. Yes, you read it right, we really did shoot all the photos in a small 8 square-meter room!
10 DIY Photography Gear Alternatives To Save You Money
Let’s face it, buying photography equipment can add up easily. It’s usually not a good sign when your memory card wallet has more content than your actual wallet. So to take a break from all the gear lust barrage that we had during Photokina week, take a look at Expert Photography’s 10 DIY Photography Projects to Save You Money.