Don't you hate camera movement in videos? Smoothee stops it

Seriously? I was watching a movie the other evening -- and the images and takes and cuts and editing were all excellent, but the experience was ruined. Why? Too much camera movement. Since the days of MTV, a lot of people have been lead to believe hand-held movement is cool. A little bit goes a long way. Mostly, if there's too much -- it's just in poor taste, and distracts from the message of the movie. Vidiographers : try the Smoothie and get RID of all that annoying camera movement! September 3, 2014

Creating a unique triangle mosaic using Photoshop

In this Photoshop Tutorial from Wu Hui, we see a unique procedure for producing a triangle mosaic that does not rely on Photoshop's automated routines. Not only do you learn the functions -- it demonstrates how you can utilize Photoshop without filters or styles and actually obtain better results. December 30, 2013

New PhotoBulk adds more watermarking possibilities

How many have asked for this feature ???? I don't remember, but now PhotoBulk makes it easy to add text/image watermark, resize, and optimize hundreds and thousands of images in just a couple of clicks. August 22, 2013

The Art of Boudoir Photography: How to Create Stunning Photographs of Women

Boudoir photography has come a long way since the 1970s -- through a period of hush-hush, and today quite out of the closet. Now, it's a very popular genre, and Christa Meola has brought it into ultra focus in her new book The Art of Boudoir Photography: How to Create Stunning Photographs of Women January 15, 2013

1,000 Poses for Creating Stunning Photographs of Women

When it comes to posing people you'll often hit a creative block that will be hard to shake. Every photographer hits it from time to time. Or, the subject(s) will want to tell YOU how they want to be posed. To be fully prepaired you should get a copy of "Photographing Women: 1,000 Poses" January 14, 2013

Favorite Photography books TOO

Here's the second part of yesterday's photo books list ... these being for, perhaps, the more serious photographer! Continue with this new list of selected titles to make you a better photographer . . . November 24, 2012

Nikon DSLR learning, training

If you got the DSLR camera, then you'd better learn it well! D3s DSLR 2.0 for iOS, provides quick, easy access to information by allowing the user to "drill down" through a topic, just like using the camera menus. The app also includes a handy list of D3S Quick Specs, a troubleshooting checklist, error messages, and much more. Learn it! August 1, 2012

Two Simple Steps Can Save Your Photos

MOST OF US TAKE FAIRLY LOUSY PHOTOS most of the time, and we aren't sure what our options are when the pictures don't turn out the way we hoped. But professional photographer Khara Plicanic will help you out with some of her insightful tips & tricks June 25, 2012

Bluetooth Camera Control

Now your iPhone camera can be remotly controlled via transmitter/receiver under Bluetooth, producing high quality pictures with a tripod-mounted iPhone December 16, 2010

Shoot yourself!

This is almost as good as the Gorillapod (but not quite) -- Social networking vanity has now found yet another level -- a gizzmo that lets you take a picture of yourself. A great idea for the 'me' generation! December 13, 2010