Photography News, Tips & Tutorials
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A product created to help you get more out of your DSLR is just days from release. It’s called the Camlet Mount. This adaptor (if you want to call it that) is designed to take your photography or videography to greater creative heights. One can use the Camlet Mount so your tablet and phone can join forces with your DSLR as you control your camera using those smart devices. It is meant to hold any tablet or phone and mounts on the camera hot shoe, a great convenience. Your tablet or smartphone hence provides you excellent monitoring screen live-view.
Mark Lovejoy creates work that’s quite difficult to classify. What at first appear like complex digital renderings could also just be photographs of gooey paint. In fact Lovejoy’s images are a cross of both, manipulated and then reworked until the patterns and textures take a pleasing aesthetic form, while retaining their ambiguity. Lovejoy creates beautiful abstract images using an assortment of materials in his art studio. The photographs are intense with color and depth, imbued with different moods.
Living in the charming, old-world, little town of Ebbw Vale surely has its advantages. Photographer Alan Coles can certainly attest to that as he relishes strolling in the hills while indulging his favorite hobby, photography. Ebbw Vale is a town at the top of the valley made by the Ebbw Fawr tributary of the Ebbw River in Wales.