Two days Priority Shipment
for Pre 2pm Orders*

0
+61 7 3053 8668, +61280156280
0

Blog

Backdrop fabric artwork printing in Australia

Posted by Robert Clive on

I endeavor to shoot photos that tell its story in one glance has led me to explore for more distinct, abstract, monolithic, historical, vintage, lively, rocking, grunge, mottled, motif, mural backgrounds. My zeal has led me to explore different environments, travel places, live in different cultures, learn new traditions. There are many images that remain in your imagination from your vivid experiences of life and others that can be captured with your lens for a picturesque memory. Mostly I get vicarious liberation by using the photography props and studio gears presently available. I always desired of using my perfectly shot...

Read more →

Macro photography for beginners

Posted by Robert Clive on

What Is Macro Photography ? Macro photography involves photographing very small objects with absolute focus. Macro photography can give new and amazing perspectives on the objects that we see in our day -to-day life. Macro photography comes in very handy when capturing insects, flowers and other wonders of nature. It also serves as a very useful technique in the field of forensics in order to document blood stains, bruises, attack wounds, etc. Things to keep in mind while taking macro photographs: Shallow depth of field:  Macro mode normally involves very high magnifications. Usually images with such high magnifications will have a shallow...

Read more →

How Flickr improves your photography skills?

Posted by Sarah Grace on

One of the advises that I offer to any beginner in photography is to create an account in flickr.com. The intent of this article is that beginners and casual photographers, who don’t have a Flickr account, would come to know the absolute purpose of the same after reading this article.  Why Flickr, why not facebook??  One common practice among beginners in photography is that they upload their photographs in Facebook rather than flickr. The reason is pretty simple: they want their friends to see it, appreciate it and comment on it. This is always fun. But if you had noticed, most...

Read more →

How to Improve Your Creativity

Posted by Sarah Grace on

We are all born creative beings. As we grow and develop we either nurture this gift and it flourishes, or we neglect it and our creativity fades into the background of our lives. Our educational system, culture, beliefs and the people surrounding us all add to this. We either tell ourselves or let others tell us that we might go wrong and that fear of being wrong or being stupid makes us grow uncreative, if I may. We are forced to toe an imaginary line, taught to follow an unwritten rule and thus in the process, put an end to our creative...

Read more →

High Dynamic Range Photography tips

Posted by Sarah Grace on

Of late, HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography is one of the latest trends that is catching up fast with many photographers. The human eye is more powerful when it comes to the range of exposures it can see in a frame. The digital cameras that we get in the market cannot do that there is a limitation at the exposure levels that it can capture. To overcome this limitation, software developers have come up with some awesome tools to use pictures taken at different exposures and merge them to make one picture with a wide range of exposure values. The...

Read more →