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Shooting wireless but just haven’t got the range? Photomart has the solution. Solwise wireless antennas and bridging kits are ideal for serious outdoor photographers looking to shoot tethered to a laptop or printing station over greater distances. Wireless tethering is also employed very successfully by various event photographers for covering mainly outdoor sport events including equestrian, golf, athletics, school sport events, fetes and so on.
“Top 10 tips on maximising profits” is an interactive training day presented by qualified Master Photographer & award winning entrepreneur, Dave Burlison, exploring the “bottom line” in Event Photography
Kodak has previously outlined similar plans but earlier this week, writing in the Wall Street Journal confirmed that Kodak will also sell off one of their most valuable patents, the image-previewing patent. It was further reported that the image-previewing patent is currently at the centre of a legal dispute between Kodak and smart phone manufacturers, Apple and Research In Motion (RIM) over patent right infringements [...]
As all serious "eventers" who capitalise on the "Midweek Money Spinner" will tell you, eventing is not just about weekend shooting. Be it a sporting event or an award ceremony, there is always money to be made but also lessons to be learnt! You will leave this workshop about the "Midweek Money Spinner" with a clear vision of how eventing can work for you: Shooting techniques, workflow, sales/marketing and customer service, along with a bit of green screen fun with model Jazmin [...]
Event photographer and sponsored presenter Graham Taylor presented to a packed room this Sunday. Delegates arrived in time for coffee and to witness a convoy of classic automobiles that happened to be attending an Aston Martin rally at the same venue.
Delegates praised the organisation, the catering and especially Graham’s presentation.
Everyone had a great time and [...]
The basic idea of “green screen” or “chroma key” photography is simple: take a photograph of a subject in front of a ‘green screen’ and then digitally remove or ‘key out’ the green. The ‘keyed out’ areas become transparent and when ‘merged’ with an alternative background image, the background scene ‘shines through’ the keyed out areas and becomes visible. The technique has been used by the likes of Hollywood and the BBC weather team for donkey’s years [...]