Digital publishing and photography have brought down the costs for printing custom photography books by leaps and bounds. Just a few decades ago the average cost to publish a large photography book (often referred to then as 'coffee-table books') was $30 to $50 per book with a minimum order of at least 100 books. This left most casual photographers out of the publishing loop.
When a photographer selects their memory card a main concern is most often geared toward speed. Speed can make all of the difference in the world when used appropriately - However, if they don't have the correct technology to match that speed, is a fast memory card actually worth it? In this article we look at when and where speed really matters.
A photographer's (and baseball fans) view through a lens at Comerica Park where the Detroit Tigers play in Detroit, Michigan.
A photographer's point of view from Costa Rica. Inspirational photos.
Introducing Holga. A cheap, plastic medium format camera. Learning to use an un-user friendly camera.
Which is better photography? Film or digital?
If you have been a photographer for many years, you know that popular visual styles are constantly changing all of the time. Things that were once "never to be spoken of" are now the hot new thing. It can be hard to keep up with all of the buzz, and it can be even more difficult to change the way you photograph things after shooting a certain way for an extended period of time. The following is three key ideas of how to keep up with the times.