there are three worlds in photography. the first being the digital world, where you get instant gratification in the form of previews. then there is the instant print realm, where you get instant physical photos for instant gratification, and last but not the least, there’s the anti-instant gratification photography in the form of analog photography.
artistic lo-fi style images don’t quite seem to mix with modern digital photography. even with the myriad of photo manipulation apps and software-based creative filters, they somehow still feels, well, too digital and that’s not to mention that some effects like multiple exposures, cannot be fully replicated by a digital camera without
the art of black and white photo development is pretty much extinct since the invention of color-capable cameras. well, thanks to a bunch of photography enthusiasts, you can now relive the dark room photo developing experience even when your camera of choice is a smartphone.
with smartphone being the shooter of choice for our daily photography needs, it makes perfect sense to be toting around a tripod to facilitate self-portraits, group shots and the likes. however, there exist a stumbling block: our smartphone doesn’t have a standard tripod thread. this is where the Joby MPod Mini Stand comes into play.
image makers aka photographers and videographers looking to streamline their studio might want to check out this new kid on the lighting block, The LED Light Cube by Australia-based IC12. billed as the world’s first high-end, portable and interlocking LED flash and light source, The LED Light Cube brings LED technology to the forefront of image making world.
while lomography and today’s photoshop prowess can recreate most awesome effects of the past, but there is one truly old school style that we can’t replicate and that is the effect when using the 19th century Petzval lens, as developed by mathematician Professor Joseph Petzval (1807-1891) in 1840. the Petzval lens that Prof Petzval developed has spun off a totally unique photography art form
there are couple of ways which you could carry your DSLR. one being in the bag, which makes it not so quickly accessible and two, using a neck strap which tends to hinder your movements as the camera swings about as you move. the solution? the Capture V2 Camera Clip System. as the product name implies, this is the second generation of the first
tripods needn’t to look bland and the Manfrotto PIXI Mini Tripod proves that point. not only does it look rad, it is totally functional and intuitive to use. clad in a lightweight stainless steel construction, the PIXI tips the scale at just 8 oz. (227 grams) and featuring an innovative push-button mechanism, allowing flexibility in framing your subject.
DSLR is pricey, but dedicated underwater camera rig is even more so. so if you are looking to take a dive with your precious DSLR, or simply wished your pro shooter could brave all kinds of elements, the Outex Waterproof Camera Housing will have those covered. so what the heck is an Outex Waterproof Camera Housing anyway?
how many times have you gave up bringing a full-sized tripod when traveling due to the lack of space in your luggage? we would imagine that could be rather often. at least, we know we did on pretty regular basis. either that or we sacrificed some other essentials. either way it is never an idea scenario. with the new Giottos Silk Road Series YTL Tripods