Tag Archives: Tips

Tips: Best Ways To Hold A DSLR In Low Light


Handy advice for beginners: Get better shots in low light with these grip and stabilising tips from Karl Taylor.
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What’s In My Bag: Erik Almas Reveals His Gear

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Acclaimed advertising photographer Erik Almas reveals the contents of his bag and offers advice on equipment and getting started.
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How To Take Care Of Your Camera


Taking care of your camera: Helpful advice from the Canon support team for getting the most from any DSLR camera.
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Ben Bergh: Photography Will Help You Take A Break From Photography

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In a rut? In need of some inspiration? Ben Bergh reminds us that it's important to step back and look at photography with a fresh approach.
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How To Plan Your Next Landscape Shoot

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Want to take better landscape photos? Dewald Kirsten shares his very helpful advice on how to plan your next landscape shoot.
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Watch Out For Photographic Equipment Scams


We've seen a rise in scams related to the sale of photographic equipment lately. Here's a few tips to stay safe while shopping online.
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Which 50mm Lens Should You Buy?

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Which 50mm lens should you buy? Kai from DigitalRev TV takes three Canon 50mm lenses on a walkabout and offers advice.
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Watch This: Interview With Jay Maisel

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Stuck inside thanks to the rainy weather? Watch this inspirational short documentary about classic photographer Jay Maisel.
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Good Clients Can Facilitate Better Photography

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Joburg-based photographer Ben Bergh shares his insights into how great clients help to improve your photography.
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HyperSync Wedding Portraits By Eric Uys

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Great off-camera flash wedding portraits by Eric Uys using PocketWizard HyperSync, as well as an explanation of the technology.
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The Importance Of Backing Up Your Photos


Backing up your photographs is crucially important, and easier than ever. Here's a few tips to get you started.
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A Few Things Every Photographic Studio Needs

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Thinking about renting or setting up your own photographic studio? Here's some excellent tips by Russell Smith.
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Natures Attractions By David East

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Have you ever tried freelensing, aka lens whacking? Here's a great example of the technique by David East, as well as a guide.
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Tutorial: An Introduction To Time-Lapse Photography

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Ever wanted to try your hand at time-lapse photography? Here's a fantastic introduction by Vincent Laforet and Canon.
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Canon Introduces Helpful Online DSLR Simulator

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Learn the basics of using your DSLR in manual mode with Canon's helpful new online camera simulator.
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Three Filming Tricks For Better Videos

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The latest Vimeo Video School episode shares three handy tricks for shooting great videos with a small crew and a tight budget.
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