Friday, 16 August 2013

Start being the photographer you know you can be

Your Digital Camera World Bulletin
This email contains images if you're having trouble viewing, click here
Facebook Twitter Flickr YouTube Share with a friend
 Hi Photographer
The only thing holding back your photography is you. OK, so there's time and money to an extent, but if you think about your best pictures, it wasn't the gear or abundance of free time that helped you achieve them. It was breaking from the norm. This week we share some simple ways to break free from bad habits and start being more spontaneous with your photography.
You may have heard that our awesome new event, PhotoLive, debuts in London this October! With more than 200 seminars from the world's leading photographers, it promises to be special. We're giving everyone who books their ticket by 31 August the chance to win a VIP weekend at the event, as well as an OM-D, courtesy of Olympus!
It’s easy to fall into bad habits, and by definition they are annoying. While she may not be able to help you stop biting your nails, Angela Nicholson, our head of testing continues her series on avoiding classic camera mistakes by offering some advice about breaking bad photo habits to help you create more interesting images. 

If you want sharp images at slower shutter speeds you’ll need to support your camera. But carrying a large tripod around isn’t always a practical option. In our latest group test we round up five of the best tripod alternatives on the market for photographers who wish to travel light without breaking the bank.

Are you worried about the camera you use not being up to scratch? With life cycles lasting now sometimes less than a year, the pressure to upgrade is always there. In their latest guest post our friends at Photoventure explain the six essential camera tricks you can use to improve your photos with whatever camera you use.
Many photographers have to fit their hobby around a full-time job, so their annual holiday is the perfect opportunity to spend some time taking photographs. In this tutorial we take a look at some of the most common problems that photographers encounter on holiday and offer some expert advice about how to avoid them.

Read more »
News - footer Tips footer Tutorials - footer Shop - footer


Future Logo spacer
Future is AOP and PPA Consumer Digital Publisher of the Year.
Digital Camera World is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher.

©  Future Publishing Limited. Reg No. 2008885 England. 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW.
Future Publishing Limited is a member of the Direct Marketing Association.

To unsubscribe from this email please click here.

No comments:

Post a Comment