Adobe Data Breach Exposes Nearly 7.5 Million Creative Cloud Accounts To Public
Adobe may have exposed millions of Creative Cloud user data to the public! According to reports, a database containing sensitive user data was easily accessible to anyone with just a simple web browser!
Watch Out for This Crazy Facebook Scam!
Recently, Switzerland-based photographer John Wilhelm had his Facebook page hacked, and the scammers used his page to steal money from hundreds of people! So he took to his blog to share his story in hopes that it might help others avoid his mistake.
Canon Photographers Beware! Some DSLR Cameras are Vulnerable to Ransomware
Canon has issued a Security Advisory after a tech company showed it’s possible to hack their Wifi enabled cameras!
5 Budget Friendly & Practical Lens Hacks For Filmmaking
We’re all familiar with the notion that it’s better to get the shot right in camera.This idea is often cited…
Product Photography Hack | Peter McKinnon On Using IKEA Showrooms For Product Stages
Walking through IKEA can be quite daunting if you have never done so. A simple trip to pick up a…
Dead Easy Hack To Stop Apple Photos’ Self Launching Behavior
Apple trying to force or trick you into using Apple Photos by having it launch every time you plug in a card or device? Here’s how to stop it now, with ease.
A Few Tips On Protecting Your Camera In Bad Weather | Chase Jarvis
With autumn here and winter sharpening its claws, here’s some advice on how not to let weather ruin your photography or your gear.
How to Achieve a Jib Shot With a Slider | Cinematography
In the following video from PremiumBeat, cinematographer Brett Pierce gives a quick tutorial on how to get a nice and smooth jib shot using a slider.
DIY Off-Camera Flash Hack: Wildlife Photographer With A 50mm
A creative DIY off-camera flash hack for getting up close and personal with a timid, nocturnal animal in the darkness of its treetop habitat.
DIY Tilt-Shift Lens Made With a Broken Canon 50mm f1.8 and Some Duct Tape
Sawing a broken 50mm 1.8 in half and using duct tape, photographer Witono Halim made a tilt shift lens for about $27.
Photography Hack: Use a Calculator as an Intervalometer to Make Timelapse Videos
One of the course requirements in my Algebra 2 class was to buy an overpriced, gigantic graphing calculator. It cost around $80 and like Algebra, I never used it again after that class. Until now.
To Hack or Not To Hack, That is the DSLR Video Question
It is no secret that DSLRs have become formidable tools for recording video as much as they are for taking still images. But normal production features and settings on today’s DSLR leave a lot to be desired (for some cameras more than others), which has lead to the development of DSLR firmware hacks to bring wanted and needed features to these powerful video recording machines.