Great things happening around the web this week — here are a few good ones.
- It’s The Lens, Baby!
Most of us have heard of the LensBaby, but what exactly is it and what can you do with it? Here’s a nice little overview of the system.
- Build a Tilt-Shift Camera Lens for Peanuts
One of the fancier lenses in the world of SLR and digital SLR (DSLR) photography is the tilt-shift lens. Learn how to build one and create stunning photographs with it.
- Steady that Point ‘n’ Shoot
Point and Shoot cameras are notoriously difficult to keep steady in low light situations. Here are a couple of tips that should help you steady your swaying forearms when taking these photographs.
- Waterfall Digital Photography
digital Photography School
Waterfalls do present themselves as a wonderful and challenging subject matter to photographers. Here are a few tips for getting the most out of waterfall scenes.
- Guide to matting, mounting and framing photographs
Reyns Wim Photography
For as little as most of us actually print our photos, there are probably even fewer who mat and frame them. Here’s a nice DIY tutorial on the topic.
- Thoughts from Zack Arias
You have to watch this video. I don’t care what level photographer you are, watch it. Then watch it again.
- Photo Tip Video: Twist Your Grip
Here’s a nice little tip for improving the stability of your camera a low shutter speeds.
- Edit My Photo project
Phill is running a cool project that requires you to edit one of his unprocessed photos. These are always fun, so don’t miss out!
- Blog Project: View from Your Studio
Here’s another project open to everyone. This project requires you to take a picture or set of pictures describing “the view from your studio”.