On Vacation with an Olympus Tracker Digital Camera

A good way to annoy your family on a family vacation is take along a lot of photo gear.  If everyone in the family is not a photographer, you’re going to be “unpopular”. Vacations mean carrying a lot of stuff around with you to begin with, and going to places that may be a bit camera hostile – beaches, oceans, lakes, mountains, hiking trails, boats, amusement parks, etc. You get the picture. If you and your family are headed off on vacation and it’s not a photo excursion, you still want flexibility and good […]

There’s no better way to relive and recount your travel adventures than through photos and videos. Often, though, you find yourself in a rush to capture those unexpected moments, and images and footage end up blurry. Adding a handheld gimbal like the DJI Osmo+ to your kit is an affordable and portable way to get that fluid, cinematic effect, even while running through forests or climbing over rocks.

We asked photojournalist Kibae Park to try out the DJI Osmo + while on assignment in Kyoto, Japan to see how it stacked up.

Figure 1 : Even with white balance correction, you can see the reddish tint of the light here

At most pro sporting events, what type of camera you’re allowed to bring in is strictly controlled. Even though  “real” cameras – DSLRs, for the most part – are not allowed, smartphones and point and shoots appear to be usable at will.  We can argue these policies at another time. Many of us, though, have family members who enjoy amateur sports in the winter.  This article gives you the how-to for successful shooting fast action in poorly lit arenas. The Lighting This isn’t a slam against hometown arenas.  While they […]

CES is one of the largest trade shows in the world that features some of the latest and greatest tech and gadgets. This year we will be updating our Instagram story regularly with updates from the show floor. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @henryscamera to see everything we come across!

Welcome to 2017, Instead of suggesting resolutions, I’m going to offer up some opportunities to push yourself creatively and improve your craft. Start a 365 Photo Project Creating a daily photo journal has become very popular in recent years, though by the time you read this, you may have some catching up to do.  The challenge with the 365 is that you can  burn out early, so plan ahead and consider adopting a weekly theme for inspiration.    Create a Photo Book If you’ve been making images for a while, […]