Posts Tagged ‘holiday’
If you are waiting for the Christmahanakwanzika holidays and in shutterbug frenzy, or even if you are not, you can appreciate the opportunity for bokeh photography. When the clustered strings of multi colored lights appear in the night, shaping the light into varied shapes becomes irresistible. With trees and houses decorated, here are some things to think about when creating bokeh images during the holiday season. Break off from the normalcy and have some fun with bokeh.
Well The Holiday season is here and some people are still procrastinating, or still need ideas for the photographers in their lives. If you look over our previous gift guides, we have been thorough this year in our recommendations, but here is another. Does the photographer in your life like to go on long walks with their camera? Did they participate in the Scott Kelby World Wide photo walk this year? If they did, this is the Guide for them.
We’re just going to dive right in: here are a list of great holiday deals for you. It’s okay, you can buy it tomorrow
Oh and we almost forgot: The Phoblographer’s Holiday 2010 Gift Guide
And here are some Canon Double Instant Savings
For the new landscape photographer who already has a good camera body and lenses, this holiday season is a great time to help them further their endeavors. With a few gifts that will make things more fun, you can help them improve the quality of their landscape camera work. These gifts are things they may not have thought of. From tripods to levels, many tools out there make great gifts for landscape photographers