August 15, 2013
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Jason Little writes for Lightstalking, he is a photographer (shooting macros, portraits, candids, and the occasional landscape), part time writer, and full time lover of music. You can see Jason’s photography on his photography blog
Professionals and hobbyists alike realize that photography equipment is expensive. The high costs of gear and accessories is a fact of life for pros and enthusiasts but, for most everyone else, these costs can be downright prohibitive.
Price, however, shouldn’t hamper your creativity. In fact, a little creative thinking and some tinkering will make it possible for you to have all sorts of useful photography accessories, from tripods to lighting setups to macro lenses — all without the exorbitant price tags.
Interested in saving some precious coin? Read on to learn how.
My DIY Ring Flash by trazomfreak, on Flickr
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December 15, 2012
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From Toad Hollow via Lightstalking
The internet plays host to so many fabulous photographers and artists, and Toad Hollow Photography searches high and low every week trying to find the best links to tutorials, great photography and blogs of interest to share with everyone here. This week’s list is chock-full of awesome images and great posts by a wide variety of super-talented people. We really hope you enjoy checking out the photographs and posts as much as the Toad did in bringing this list to you.
Top 7 Natural Light Portrait tips that I’ve learnt – a fabulous list of tips and tricks for doing portrait photography in natural light settings. Tristan Jud outlines a short series of thoughts here that can really help you make the most of this genre of image production.
DIY: Keep Your Turkey Company with Beautiful Photo Place Holders – what a neat idea! With the Thanksgiving Holidays nearly upon our American friends now, this timely article shows how you can incorporate great photography into dressing up the dinner table. This step-by-step tutorial takes you through the entire process.