With the end of the new year comes all the gear and production that allowed our digital memories to exist. Here’s a list from Resource counting off the best products and accessories that helped complement our photos and videos in 2018.
When historic wildfires raged across California last year, thousands of firefighters were deployed to combat them. And alongside those brave men and women were fearless wildfire photographers who raced to the front lines to document the devastation for the world’s eyes.
eah, the nonstop rumor train is back at it for the 2019 iPhones. Reports are zeroing in on Apple launching three phones in September. And with most significant redesign rumors focused on 2020, Apple fans will get one major redesign if the rumors pan out.
A triple lens camera setup for the flagship XI Max or whatever Apple decides to call it. The new smartphone camera system already has a few interesting design renders which have been met with absolute polarization. Some like the renders, while others are aghast. There’s no middle ground.
No matter how many times people are advised against judging a book by its cover, its human nature to judge things by how they appear. For this reason, great product photography is more than just a luxury. It can break or make your brand. When photos on your website are on top notch, you instill confidence in your customers and change the perceived value of your products. For this reason, ensuring that the photos you use for the products in your company are paramount and a step that most all people are trying to run a business should work on. So, how do you ensure that your products are presented in the best possible way? Here are three professional photographer tips on how to make great products photography.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a chance for all the big electronics companies to show off the products that they hope to release in the coming year. It sounds like smart toilets may have been the big thing at CES 2019, but there were a number of photo companies with exciting near gear on the way. Here’s a rundown of the coolest new stuff we saw at CES.
I recommend starting with the 35mm format as the cameras are cheap and plentiful and can deliver great results. They are small thus making it easy to always have one on you. 35mm also provides the widest choice of available film. There are other smaller and much larger formats but let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet.
SanDisk, years back, showed off a 1TB SD prototype that never managed to make it to market. Today, at CES, the newly acquired Lexar made a bit of a splash by announcing that you’d soon be able to buy the card we’ve all been wanting since SanDisk first announced it two years ago.