Beautiful Hidden Micro World unveiled By Japanese Photographer Miki Asai

Japanese photographer Miki Asai is an incredibly talented macro photographer who accompanies ants as they explore a miniature world of stones, flowers and water – mostly within her own garden. It all began when she got her macro lens and started taking photos in her garden. “As I was looking through the viewfinder, I noticed… Continue Reading

Don't Call Yourself a Photoshop Pro Until You Know How to Do These Things

Despite the fact that Photoshop was originally more of a graphic design tool than a photo manipulator, professionals everywhere have taken it under their wing and the versions that exist today have made great strides in making it a photographer-friendly program. If you do photography on any type of a professional level, you certainly wouldn’t… Continue Reading

Answering the Common How to's of Photography

When you are acquiring a new skill, there are always going to be questions. If you do not have any questions then you probably aren’t doing it right. Photography is no different. There are numerous how to’s concerning this field. In this article, we will point out the most common questions that are asked by… Continue Reading

David Doubilet: Underwater Photography Hero

Born in 1946, David Doubilet has long been regarded as one of the best underwater photographers in the world. His work is synonymous with National Geographic magazine and he has also worked for them as an essayist, building on his years of knowledge in the conservation scene. As passionate about his art and his… Continue Reading

America Using Modern Art as a Weapon

Not long after the Second World War, America and the USSR fell out with each other and were trying to get one up on the other for a number of years. It’s no secret that some of the methods the CIA and USSR deployed at the time were a bit on the imaginative side. This… Continue Reading

Photo Collage Canvas

Canvas prints and home décor go hand in hand these days. They seem to be replacing more traditional photo frames as people want to display their favourite photos as big as they can, as best they can. By creating your own canvas print online, the possibilities are endless in terms of the size of the… Continue Reading

Is it necessary to have an SLR camera to get into photography as a hobby?

Here is another of our photography q & a articles, we were recently asked… Is it necessary to have an SLR camera to get into photography as a hobby? This article / blog will hopefully shed some light on this question. An individual does not require a DSLR in order to become a good photographer.… Continue Reading

What Camera should a Beginner get?

We are sometimes asked by our customers questions about photography such as “What Camera should a Beginner get?”, this blog will answer this question as bets as we can, obviously there are a great deal of factors to take onto account but this will be certainly help the decision making process. Typically the final answer … Continue Reading

What are some good ways to unblur a picture?

We are often asked by our customers if there are any ways to unblur a photo and if so what are they, this blog endeavers to answer this question and provide a few options. There are many explanations as to why your digital photographs can turn out blurry. As an example, if you are taking… Continue Reading

Great Family Photos on Canvas

Family photos usually have pride of place in the house, on the walls, above the fire place or in the hallway so people can see them as soon as they walk into your home. Not all family photos are worth displaying but you know when you get a special one, at Christmas, on holiday or… Continue Reading

Creativity and the Artist: 4 Tips that Lead to Success

The world of art can be very competitive. Artists sometimes compete against the very best in their industry each time they make their own artwork available for public critique. However, budding artists can become successful and enjoy long and productive careers as artists when they adopt four very important approaches to their futures. Following these… Continue Reading

Why are photos taken by an iPhone sometimes better than the ones by a compact DSLR

Well, I think this answer can be addressed technically of course but first lets approach it from a personal standpoint.   First, the IPhone 5 has a larger screen but still an 8-megapixel camera This version does have,  a new sapphire-crystal lens, and improved hardware enabling features like dynamic low-lighting adjustment, image stabilization It’s on the… Continue Reading

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