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Archive:  June, 2010

COMPETITION | capture the spirit of football

June 28th, In Competitions, by , 3 Comments

Capture the Spirit of Football Competition! As football ignites the atmosphere all over South Africa, the spirit of the beautiful game’s greatest competition happens outside the stadia as much as inside. Enter the SAcamera Capture the Spirit of Football Competition by making your own short video that best records the festive atmosphere of the fans, [...]

How to Upload a Video to YouTube

June 28th, In Pro Hints & Tips, by , Comment

You must be a member to upload a video to YouTube. Membership is free and really easy. Just click on ‘Sign Up’ at the top of the page and fill in your information on the form that pops up. YouTube will send you a confirmation email when you are done and once you have confirmed [...]

Adobe Premier Elements | Video Editing

June 28th, In Pro Hints & Tips, by , Comment

After recording a couple of video clips on the Sony Bloggie I set out to bring them all together in a little home made movie. My first comment is that Adobe Premier Elements is super easy to use! You don’t need any previous video editing experience in order to have great fun using all the features [...]

The Sony Bloggie MHS-PM5

June 28th, In Reviews, by , 6 Comments

In design, it is gorgeous. It has a very fresh and funky look, modern and solid. There is a slight glitter to the body which I thought added a fun flair to the camera without being girly. (I have a white one. I hope the sparkle is on all of the colours, which by the [...]

Creating Mood in Your Video

June 28th, In Pro Hints & Tips, by , Comment

The feeling and reaction that viewers feel when they watching your video is evoked not only from the actors and actions but also from the effects you make use of while putting your movie together. Yes, it’s obvious when you point it out, but had it not been mentioned. You might not have realized that [...]

What Sets You Apart | Upping the Ante

June 23rd, In Pro Hints & Tips, by , Comment

Looking at your photographs, can you see your own personal style showing through? Can you stand back and say ‘yes, my photo style is unique’? A creative photographer has one great way of grabbing a WOW factor from their viewers. It’s a lot easier than you think. Take something that hundreds of people see every [...]

Taking Profile Pictures

June 18th, In Pro Hints & Tips, by , Comment

  Flattering faces Profile pictures are popping up all over the Web: Flickr, Facebook, Google, Amazon, you name it. If you want your profile to stand out from the crowd, your pictures should give people a peek at your personality. Here are some tips on how to have fun with your photos. Share the Inspiration: [...]

Adding More Lenses to your Bag | is it worth it?

June 15th, In Pro Hints & Tips, by , 5 Comments

I have survived with my kit lens through many a fantastic photo opportunity. We have been through a lot together and produced some incredible images, so in no way am I saying skip your kit lens or throw it aside…because my kit lens is great. The real question is, can I carry on with just [...]

Rut Blees Luxemburg | Finding Inspiration in the Masters

June 13th, In News, by , Comment

With a personal love for what I can only express as Grunge Photography, I find the city and its hidden corners a beautiful place to photograph. Abandoned buildings and cement textured elements bring out the best in me and my camera. Leaning towards this style I was drawn to the work of a German-born photographer [...]

Contre~Jour | Against the Light

June 8th, In Pro Hints & Tips, by , 1 Comment

Contre~Jour; meaning ‘Against the Light’. Contre-Jour photography places the light behind the subject, turning the subject into a silhouette. Silhoette photography is much more about shapes and patterns that it is about recreating a given scene. Here is how you achieve Contre-Jour photography: The first obvious step is for you to place your subject in-between [...]

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