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In fact, the cameras that hold the title of not only the most used, but also the second, third, and fourth most used cameras on the popular photo sharing website might grab your attention. Chris Gampat from The Phoblographer, did some researching on the matter recently and discovered that the usual suspects from Canon or [...]

The post The Camera That Holds The Title Of Most Used On Flickr Might Surprise You appeared first on DIY Photography.

We’re all getting a little anxious to get our hands on a the new GoPro 4, so, while you’re waiting, here is another installment of adorable animal footage captured with a GoPro to serve as a little inspiration. This time the team over at AS Goprod helps us get acqauntaied with a curious owl and her [...]

The post Someone Put A GoPro In An Owl’s Nest; Owlets Give It An Adorably Thorough Investigation appeared first on DIY Photography.

Sooner or later, most of us photographers find ourselves in need of an extra set of hands or feet for a particular project, whether it’s a second shooter (no JFK jokes, please) at a wedding, managing gear and lighting on a commercial shoot, or stabilizing the flower balanced on top of a rocking horse sitting [...]

The post Hiring An Assistant Without Jeopardizing Your Business appeared first on DIY Photography.

One of the first things we learn as photographers are F stops and how we can use them to properly expose a photograph, but there is also such a thing as T stops and we don’t always give them the attention they deserve. Of course, a T-stop may not be essential knowledge on every photo you [...]

The post Your Aperture Is Sort Of Lying To You: When Is An Aperture Of F1.2 Not Actually A F1.2? appeared first on DIY Photography.

It is a very wise decision to create something amazing as your first music video. Ukrainian band “Brunettes Shoot Blondes” did just this for their first single “Knock Knock”. It’s 2:27 minutes of awesome animation using 14(!) Smartphone and iPad displays. This clip was created by Kirill Svetashov (DOP), SYT-X (animation) and the Band themselves. So lean back and have some [...]

The post “Knock Knock”, an animated love-story spread over 14 displays appeared first on DIY Photography.

So, the rumors just got to a boiling point when GoPro decided to announce their GoPro 4 line. As with the previous GoPro 3 (and 3+) this line will have 3 cameras to choose from, each with different capabilities and price points: HERO4 Black will be the top of the line with 4K video @ 30fps, 2.7K [...]

The post GoPro 4 Is Out: 4K, Touchscreen, And $130 Entry Level Action Cam appeared first on DIY Photography.

This has happened to me countless times and I wish I knew this tip back in the days when I was starting out. James Madelin (the ‘Orbis‘ guy) and Matt Granger (Get You Gear Out) just shared this incredibly simple, but useful tip on shooting shy people. James’s tip shares a tip from his photojournalism days where [...]

The post Quick Tip: Photographing a Reluctant Subject? Shoot From The Hip (Or From The Ear) appeared first on DIY Photography.

I offered our good friends to build a photo booth for their wedding to be held here in Berlin Germany. They had already been asking around and searching the web for a solution without any luck. I immediately knew that I wanted to make a fun automated contraption that mimicked something from an amusement park, [...]

The post Building A Photo Booth Using A Gopro Camera, Some Led Lights And A Doorbell appeared first on DIY Photography.

A few months back, I wrote an article on how to use everyday objects for outstanding backdrops. This post can be considered a part two of that post, as it shows a simple technique to using a piece of cardboard to create the illusion of space. As I normally do when I seek inspiration, I was browsing [...]

The post Use This Simple Technique To Create The Illusion Of Different Spaces Using Only One Light appeared first on DIY Photography.

I’m writing this post because I was up late last night on a Facebook forum, reading close to 200 comments about new photographers and what slime they are to the industry. How they’re stripping photography of it’s “art” and destroying any decent business practices. I read every comment, feeling more and more sick to my [...]

The post Dear New Photographer… appeared first on DIY Photography.