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At First Sight: A Short Film Shot on a Lumix GH3

Today I’ll be going a bit outside the pixelogist box of sorts, and talking about this very cool little movie project that was shared with me recently. Yes, I know, pixelogist doesn’t usually do video; but while I’m aware that I’ve never written about videography and film-making and this sort of thing before, I really find … Continue reading »

Do You Store Your Camera In A Dry Cabinet?

On buying my first DSLR, during the time I began to take photography seriously, many people urged me to immediately buy a dry cabinet to store my new camera equipment in. Some of you probably know exactly what this is and why it’s so essential; but the rest of you, like me back then, might … Continue reading »

Monitor Calibration: Using a Spyder4Pro

Hello, everyone. Welcome to another rather important topic that I feel I must write about, one that I find often overlooked by new (and even more experienced) photographers: monitor calibration What is this morning calibration thing all about? Is it that important? Should we all calibrate our screens?Well, that’s what I’ll be discussing today. To … Continue reading »

10 Tips For Photographing Children

  Photographing children is something we all take for granted. We normally point a camera at a child, ask them to say “cheeeese”, make some funny faces at them, they smile and viola! we have a photo. The problem is, most of these images lack the quality of a professional photographer. Perhaps you get lucky … Continue reading »

Learning to Focus in Photography

There are three elements of a photograph that I consider more important than any other. I consider them such because I feel you have to nab them right at the moment you take the shot – not afterwards – if you want to end up with a good photograph. Or at least one with potential. What … Continue reading »

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