The technique of “photo stitching” has been around a while, and was used even in traditional or analogue photography, albeit in a crude way. In the past, photos were stitched together using transparent tape. Today, in the digital world, computers do the work, but the idea is still the same. The technique consists of taking several overlapping pictures and editing them with computer software (known as post processing) to obtain a single panorama covering up to 360 degrees. Some compact cameras have an integrated feature which achieves the same effect without the need for post-processing. But in order to achieve the highest quality, you often need to do it yourself.
This is a video review of the original Canon EOS 1DS (Mark 1) professional SLR camera. Launched in 2003, the 1DS has been around a long time now, and a number of it’s capabilities have been surpassed by more recent cameras. However, if you’re looking for a full frame digital SLR at a reasonable price, the Canon EOS 1DS is certainly an option. Watch our video review to find out more.
With today’s economy, getting into any field is challenging regardless if you have a college degree or not. In just the span of five years, the job market’s been flooded with employees with a lot of the same skill sets. This makes finding a creative career a challenge. So, how can one break into the Photography Industry? Whether you’re an amateur or have just graduated from high school or college/university, here are some key ideas on how to get started working as a Photographer and hopefully continuing on to steady work.