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Sep 242012
 

There are times in business when you feel like firing your clients. There is a famous saying that the customer is always right, and most know that clients pay the bills, so firing them usually isn’t a good idea. Read the article below to learn about the 5 times when it’s ok to fire your client. This is a counter intuitive business practice, but there are times when it’s better to just say no, or move on to better business opportunities. Tell Your Client, You’re Fired! | Bokeh Online Blog.

Sep 182012
 
Photography Basics: Aperture

  There is a lot of information out there on the web and some of it can be very confusing and hard to absorb so I decided to do a series of posts that talk quickly and in non-technical jargon so that it may be easier to understand. First topic is Aperture. What is Aperture? Aperture is the size of the hole inside the lens. It is also called a F-Stop. Photographers use these terms interchangeably, but they mean the exact same thing. They allow light to pass through the lens and onto your sensor or film.  So why is […]

Sep 172012
 

For those of you out there that love to read blogs or are a photographer or aspiring photographer and want a way to generate great content and give your opinion on relevant topics, below is a great article for you to read. This will help you network, create a following and allow you to start and maintain your own blog. It is well thought out and gives you a set by step tutorial to accomplish this technique. Must read for all of you out there that would like to generate relevant content. How To Generate Ideas for Your Next Photography […]

Jul 202012
 
Capturing the Hong Kong Skyline: Part 2

This is Part 2, of the article by Steve Schechter (AKA Spike @ Spikesphotos.com) “Capturing the Hong Kong Skyline”. Part 1 can be found here: “Capturing the Hong Kong Skyline” Part: 1 Capturing the Hong Kong Skyline: Part 2: Techniques When your start setting up your shot, the first and foremost setting to change is the aperture setting on your lens. Sure, shooting with the aperture set to the widest opening, whether it’s F2.0 or F2.8 or whatever your lens offers, will give you a narrow depth of field, and shooting fully stopped down at F22 will give you a […]

Jul 172012
 
Capturing the Hong Kong Skyline: Part 1

This is the first, of a two-part article by Steve Schechter (AKA Spike @ Spikesphotos.com). Steve is a good friend of photoheadonline.com and will kick off our inaugural photoheadonline.com “contributor series” of articles. If you or someone you know is interested in photography and would like to be a contributor. Please contact me via the contact tab on the navigation bar. Photoheadonline.com is committed to providing the best content possible, on the stuff that you want to know about. So please don’t be afraid to contribute what you know to the site, and we can make the photographic community a […]

Jun 082012
 
What is Hyperfocal Focusing?

With my latest reviews of the Voitlander 15mm F4.5 and the Zeiss 18mm F4.0, I’ve been talking a lot about hyperfocal focusing and zone focusing, and I guess there may be some confusion about what I mean by these terms, and how to use these techniques. I will clear up the confusion and explain what I mean by these terms. For the beginners out there, or for those of you that intrinsically understand what depth of field is, but don’t really know how to explain it, Depth of Field is the area of acceptable focus in an image. As photographers […]

May 232012
 
How to Post your iPhone images to Ebay

I got a very nice email from a reader that wanted to know how to post the images that she took from her iPhone, to sell on Ebay. I posted an article, “How to take better Ebay photos with your iPhone”  So this will be the follow-up to that article to that post. I thought this may be also be helpful for my other readers. So let’s get started. Items needed: Ebay App: It can be found here at the Apple App Store iPhone: iPhone 4 or iPhone 4s After you have downloaded and installed the Ebay App, you want […]

May 172012
 
Delightful Diffusion

This article is just a quick overview of using diffused light in your images. Specifically in this case, Portraits. I will be doing more in-depth articles and tutorials and show you how to make diffusion panels on your own, for cheap. So make sure to subscribe to our site, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter to get the latest updates. Shameless self promotion aside, let’s get to it. Using diffusion in a portrait setting is a great way to get nice even light on your subjects. It’s great for shooting models and portraits because it minimizes blemishes […]

May 112012
 
Fantastic Fill Flash For Five Cents

If you are looking for better fill flash or diffused flash, whether you are an event photographer or an enthusiast taking portraits, I’ve got a great “Do it yourself” Tip that will save you money. In this Tutorial/Tip I’ll be using a Canon 5d Mark III with the Canon 580ex II Speedlight, but you can use any camera and any flash gun unit. Supplies Could not be any easier: White card stock: 4×6 inches or so. You can customize to your preference. Large Rubber band: or tape in a pinch. I used this technique a lot when I was shooting […]

Apr 202012
 
How to take better Ebay photos with your iPhone

How to take better Ebay photos with your iPhone I buy and sell fairly frequently on Ebay and as I was teaching a friend, how to Sell on Ebay, he made the very astute observation, that most of the photo’s on Ebay look like they have been taken with a “crappy” camera phone, and that you couldn’t really see the products very well. I told him that Ebay has a great mobile App that lets you post straight from your phone to their site and many people use this feature. Also, even if you are using a desktop or laptop […]