Understanding Radio Triggers for Flash

Ask any professional photographer and he or she will tell you that being able to control the light is incredibly important to a truly successful image. We will think about position of the light, time of day, light colour, quality and direction. When it comes time to supplement or replace the ambient light with flash, how can we achieve this goal?

Preparing Photos for Printing

People love seeing prints made from their best images, but many don’t want to do this printing at home, for space and cost reasons. That’s why services from Henry’s Photo Centre can make getting great prints very simple.

In general, there are two printing routes: make your prints yourself at a self-service kiosk in your Henry’s store, or submit your order online and have it shipped to your home or for pick up at your closest Henry’s location.

Digital Darkroom: Post-Processing for Still Photos

As a photo and video instructor, I get the opportunity to meet folks who are at different places on their creative journey. At some point, most come to the juncture where they want their finished work to be more than what comes straight out of the camera. In this first of two articles, we will take a look at the rationale and options for still photographers, who are, or are considering moving into making their images better through post-processing functions.

Depth of Field - Feature Image

We know by now that a camera lens does not focus at multiple distances at the same time. There is only one place that will be in perfect focus from the focal plane, and that is determined by where you focus the lens. When we focus a lens, there is only one focal plane to subject distance that is in perfect focus.

Yet we see that some areas in front of, and some areas behind our point of focus can also look sharp and that range can be different depending on some specific criteria. This zone that we perceive as being sharp versus the area that we perceive as being soft is what we are calling the “depth of focus”.