Hi, My name is Frank. I use a Nikon D40 and I have about two years of amateur photography experience. However, I have been an artist my whole life and have a great appreciation for most forms of art. I have Posted some of best pics here on Picturesocial and my blog Frankspic. Check out my photos and tell me what you think :)
With most if not all of new generation DSLR cameras now come with high definition video recording capability. We are going to cover a few tip and tricks to help you whether you are experienced or new to shooting movies and video in HD.
Manual Focus – Learning to manual focus is really important, even though all cameras have autofocus it’s really unreliable during video shooting. Be sure you also understand which way your focus rings turn, this help you cut down on time…Continue
Added by 42nd Street Photo on December 21, 2012 at 9:40am — No Comments
Today too many photographers are addicted to gear. The compulsion to buy cameras and lenses is widespread, as if changing camera or buy…Continue
Added by Alex Coghe on June 24, 2012 at 6:05am — No Comments
I am sure that this website and his blog openly declare my ambitions and my goals.I think also that Marco, the webmaster, friend and partner in HYDE PARK PHOTOGRAPHY has done a great job.
Added by Alex Coghe on May 21, 2012 at 8:59pm — No Comments
I am really pleased to announce the second Alex Coghe Street Photography Contest on flickr. I wanna thank Brian and all to Think Tank Photo that also this time will award the winners with their fantastic products.
The contest is open to everyone around the world. There is no age or any other restriction. The genre is Street Photography and the photos must be taken in a candid way. There is a minor amount of post processing allowed, a raw approach to photography. This is not a…
The first issue…Continue
I think being a photography enthusiast, u take many photographs of streets...The most exciting aspect to let ur camera work on candids, posed, wides or tele-zoomed shots...Besides u can blend in with the crowd. People may see u, but will avoid u, since u are not aiming ur camera at them....However, once they are accustomed to ur presence, many may not care for being photographed..(better avoid young…Continue