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One of the very first lessons I learned when I began working with Pixel Corps was the priority sound takes in motion pictures. Alex Lindsay is fond of saying “If your sound is bad, your image can be pristine and the viewer will disconnect.” For this reason, every talented filmmaker I know is fanatical about their audio records, regardless of how big or small the job
The principle is pretty simple. Help the other party see the value in your endeavor. Sometimes, that is monetary. Other times, it is social good. Still other times, it is just plain fun.
When first handed the Light Blaster, I was a little dubious. It seemed a bit like a kitschy toy not suited for a professional kit. But, like most things, its usefulness is largely dependent on the person using it and the goals they have in mind. Once I got my head around the idea, the Light Blaster makes a lot of sense in the creative arsenal of many photographers.
This week we’re getting to know community member, Ujjwal Mistry. Ujjwal lives in Kolkata, India and enjoys practicing his photography and post-processing skills. Haven’t joined the Photofocus Community yet? Sign up for free today! How did you get started in
This morning, Sigma announced the 28-70mm f/2.8 Contemporary lens, available for L-mount and Sony E-mount. With a design based off of Sigma’s Art line, the 28-70mm offers the same uncompromising optical performance, in a lightweight and compact body. Featuring a
I love getting out in nature and capturing terrific photos of wildlife. Due to location, distance and travel requirements during Covid-19, that’s not always possible. I find the next best thing is a wildlife sanctuary or zoo. We have some
Anyone who takes up photography does so with the intention of being good, if not the best at what they do. It will definitely take some time and practice, but with hard work comes the reward of being better, one
There’s something about macro lenses and focus stacking. It makes for a memorable image because the level of detail is rendered beyond what the naked eye can see. It makes something as simple as geranium plant a fun exploration. Macro
Grain is a word used in film photography to describe the fineness of detail a film or paper is capable of capturing. Landscape photographers typically want the finest detail possible, which comes from fine grained films. Documentary photographers and journalists
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