Ring LED lamps are now at the peak of fame and are widely used by professional photographers and amateurs. There are many models of these devices from dozens of companies that find application not only among photographers, but also makeup artists and videographers. Ring flash and ring lamps give amazing light.
How to use ring light for photography in unconventional ways
They, for example, are very common in the fashion industry, where they are used to create a glamorous image of a model. The main purpose of ring lighting is uniform and fairly bright lighting. This design Continue reading
Lens distortion is a common problem that photographers face daily. Distortions can be divided into two groups: perspective distortion (when lines parallel in reality become convergent) and optical distortion (distortion). Distortion often causes unnatural deformation of photographs, straight lines in the image become curved, except for lines in the same plane with the optical axis.
Distortion is different in the type of impact on the line, usually there is a cushion-like distortion (parallel lines in reality are concave) or barrel-shaped distortion (the lines are convex, like in a barrel). Distortion is much more noticeably closer to the edges of the frame than in the middle. Long focal length lenses give Continue reading
Do you often wonder how great it would be to use a gorgeous vintage lens on a modern camera? Does the lack of autofocus bother you? But there is a simple solution that greatly simplifies manual focus. Digital cameras are equipped with several assistive tools for manual focusing, which make it easy to identify a sharp object. Everyone has long known the Live View display and the relative newcomer to Focus Peaking. Here they are – these two monsters in solving your focus “problem”.
What is peak focus?
Peak Focus (Focus Peaking) is a technology that helps during manual focus. It real-time displays in clear color clear areas of the image. Continue reading