As a way of saying “thanks” to my subscribers, who inspired him to create this course, Brent is offering you a huge discount, but only for a limited time.
So if you’ve ever dreamed of making a living from your photography, grab this course now. Even if you’re not ready to launch your photography business yet, you get lifetime access to this training, so you’ll find it waiting for you when you’re ready.
I hope you find it as helpful and inspiring as I did!
P.S. What’s also great is that Brent will share a portion of any sales from that link to help me create more free tutorials for you.
In my previous post, I compared my experience shooting with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 camera to my previous mirrorless camera, the Fuji X100S.
Several readers expressed an interest in seeing some side-by-side photos to compare image quality.
Click to enlarge to 100% Crop – This clearly shows the sharpness advantage of the Fuji
So I took a stroll around my neighborhood and took identical shots of various objects with the two cameras for comparison. I set both cameras to full auto, which is not the way I normally shoot, but I wanted to test “intelligence” of the camera in choosing what it thought were the best settings for each shot. (more…)
Self-portrait by Sebastian Michaels – Click to enlarge
How to Hone Your Artistic Skills While Creating Great Images on a Smart Phone or Tablet
by Sebastian Michaels [guest post]
It’s a new world out there.
The art being created today by serious “iPhoneographers” rivals (and often surpasses) easily 90% of anything I’ve ever seen created with Photoshop.
It really is that good.
When Bob Weil (2013 IPPA Photographer of the Year and author of the book The Art of iPhone Photography) decided to put together a serious online course showing the advanced layering and compositional techniques possible now on an iPhone or iPad, I knew I wanted to be part of it … But I also knew, going in, that most people were going to need to start with a more basic, fundamental skill set.
So that’s what I’ve come up with for you here. (more…)
The new wave of compact, mirrorless cameras is the most exciting thing to happen to digital photography since…well, digital photography.
Cameras that perform like DSLR’s (well, almost) but without the weight, the bulk, and the backache are a welcome breath of fresh air in an industry that was starting to stagnate in a war of megapixels.