Shooting the female form is not always that easy. Especially when you are trying to emphasize the good and not the bad. Not all posses are created equal.
Go check out the article. In my opinion not all woman are suitable for all poses. As some of them that are in this article would not be appropriate for my mother.
So because of having a full time job outside of trying to post to this site. Our updates probably don’t come out as often as I’d like them. So as of now I update in the morning and later on in the evening. Our goal is to do more frequent updating. Hopefully soon.
Look forward to feeding out more links.
The reviews for this camera just keep coming, and thats a good thing. This review has some nice sample shots as well as some video.
Heres a really cool video that shows what kinds of things that you do to grab that perfect shot. The results are spectacular!!
So heres another quick tip for those that are shooting weddings or may want to get into shooting weddings. The Bouquet toss is one of the most important series of shots that you can get. Everyone is having fun, the pressure of the day is gone. This short article goes over what you may need.
So its nice to see or read an article that comes from someone who doesn’t use that brand. We usually get a little biased towards the brands that we use. I shoot Canon. I hope thats ok. So when i saw that ryanbrenizer.com did a short article on the new Canon 5D Mark III i thought that this would be some good ole fashioned Canon bashing. But it wasn’t. Head on over and take a read through.
So i have always wanted a jib or crane, as the shots that you can get from these things = awesome!!! I love doing video with my Canon 7D and i know that by having one of these I could take my videos to a whole new level. But the issue has always been price. They aren’t usually very cheap. Take a look at the video below. For $25 ill definitely give this a try.
For the full instructions, jump over to How to Make a DIY Camera Jib.