: : Boo's Digital Photography Tutorials
A free table top photographic studio lighting set up
15-08-2008 10:13 pm
If you want to photograph small objects - possibly to sell on-line - you need to light them appropriately. This is my own free table top solution - I've had many variants of this over the years, but this is the one I use currently to photograph my own hand crafted jewellery to sell on my own web site. (Read Article)
Taking photographs of hand made products to sell on-line
08-08-2008 12:50 pm
If you sell hand made crafted items on sites such as Etsy and your own web site, you want the best possible photographs. This article is about getting the best from your compact camera and explains some of the most common pitfalls and how to address them. (Read Article)
Gig photography with a compact camera
16-03-2007 10:27 am
With the advent of inexpensive compact digital cameras with good low light ability, more and more people are wanting to take photos of gigs they attend, so these are some quick tips to get the best from your camera. (Read Article)
How far do things move during shutter actuations?
10-11-2006 9:41 am
How far do things move during shutter actuations - a posing family group clearly aren't as much of a risk as a fast moving athlete or racing car, but just how far might your subject move during the time the shutter is open? (Read Article)
The Thecus Y.E.S. Nano N1050; is it any good?
17-10-2006 12:59 pm
The Thecus Y.E.S. Nano N1050; is it any good? It's been getting a lot of forum attention recently as it's very inexpensive, uses AA batteries and you can fit your own notebook drive. I'm pretty happy with mine . . . (Read Article)
To set the ball rolling ~ extracting JPEGs from RAW files
16-10-2006 10:26 pm
I have a lot of saved forum posts that contain tips I hope might prove of interest as they seem to be questions that occur often. To start with; how to extract the embeded JPEGs from Canon RAW files. (Read Article)
I hope that it will focus my mind!
16-10-2006 4:20 pm
As I have a whole collection of part-finished photography tutorials, noted ideas, answers to forum questions, alongside a head full of things I want to write down some day, I thought a blog page might help focus the mind and allow me to cross a few more items off my to do list. I'm perfectly capable of adding them to my own site, but this system removes the need to write code as well as content - and that might help focus my mind into getting some finished!
Only time will tell if it proves to discipline me better.