If you follow this blog, you probably know that I work together with Saal Digital occasionally. In spring this year I reviewed their photo album and software. The printing quality was impressive and the software was easy to use. Today I’ll review on of their other products: wall decors. However, once you have decided to print your images for
I am sure that after buying your new DSLR you checked the box and probably knew most items packed in there. A neck strap, a battery, a cap to protect your camera when there is no lens attached, and a little piece of plastic. This little piece of plastic is called the Eyepiece cap. In this blog I’ll explain what this little cap
Not too long ago I shared some pictures of the Giro d’Italia and ten tips on how to capture your pets. A technique that is useable both in sports and pet photography is called panning. Panning is a method used in photography to capture (quickly) moving subjects. In this blog I’ll discuss how to apply panning
Surprise, surprise, a blog about pet photography! Luvo has been living with us over a month now, and I guess it does not come as a shock that my memory cards are filled with photos of him. In this blog I’ll share 10 tips how to capture your beloved animal friend on camera, which is challenging at times! 1. Stay
A little while ago Kiki asked me about the post processing of the image below which I took at a flea market in Amsterdam. I love it when the visitors of my website ask me questions, and I enjoy answering them. In this post I will explain how I achieved the effect in this photo.
In the past I have advised you about 15 apps you should have on your iPhone or Android. As I recently switched from Apple to Android (which is a mistake), I needed some new apps. And as apps come and go, I have made a new list that I will share with you today! Make sure to check out
The other week I got a question about how to focus on infinity with a kit-lens. These lenses usually do not have an infinity mark. In this post I will answer this question in more detail. What is focusing on infinity, and when to do this?
I have added another new page to my website! This time, let me inspire you with nine tips on how to change your point of view. Quickly click this text to get nine examples on the perspectives: First person Become the subject Look downwards Look upwards Turn around Level Upside-down or sideways Mirrors and reflections Getting close with
I have added a page explaining how bokeh works and how to create it in your images. Quickly click this text to go there! “Boke” is the Japanese word for blurriness and is the opposite of “pinto”, the Japanese word for sharpness in a photo. To help the English speaking people pronounce the word “boke”
Most landscape photographers know it: You shoot your best shots during the golden hour. Twice a day, you have roughly one hour to shoot your landscape shots: one that that starts at sunrise, and one that starts an hour before sunset. Last week I explained what the golden (and blue) hour is, but when it is