A review of the Insta360 One R camera alone and as compared to the GoPro Hero 9 Black in certain instances.
With the release of the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro...
This is a great time for photography. Cameras from Sony, Nikon, and Canon have never been better. Mobile photography is once again better than ever. So, where is photography headed from here? Read my predictions below.
The short answer is: photography as a whole isn’t going anywhere. Certain segments of photography will be more profitable than others, determined largely by the skills and experience needed to pull off the job. Other factors, such as demand and availability of acceptable substitutes, also determine the viability of any particular niche within photography as a whole.
What apps do I keep and use on my iPhone 12 Pro Max in 2021? I will list a few below and best of all, they are (almost) all free!
I share my thoughts about the portrait mode abilities of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and compare it to the previous iPhone 11 Pro.
A quick list of my first impressions of the iPhone 12 Pro Max after having the device for about a week.
The 80D is a workhorse of a camera, but is it still relevant as we move into 2021? Read on and see.
There are three main competitors to iCloud that vie for the images on your phone. Like iCloud, they all have some fee that is required for those services. All of these services will backup the photos from your iPhone as well as the video files you record. The main differences between the services are the price and the apps provided to make it all work
If you want to get the best quality images of your athlete, you are probably going to want to step up to a larger camera with interchangeable lenses. If your athlete is in a sport where you can get close, say poolside for a swimming athlete, your cell phone can do nicely. If distance is your enemy, you will need more power