Sunday 20th April 2014,

Browsing the "Suzanne Clements" Tag

Nikon 1 AW1 Review

The Nikon 1 AW 1 May Not Make You a Better Photographer

Like many others out there, I’m wowed by the latest revelations in new technology that are supposed to make our lives better, make us run faster, jump higher, clean more efficiently and in this case, shoot better photos. Well, I’m [...]

February 21, 2014 Insight, Reviews
Playing with Light

Smoke Monster Revealed

I was surprised at the response that my December 3 photo for Carly Gill’s December Challenge received. The image was a quick attempt to get the day’s pic taken, processed and checked off my to do list. My light had [...]

December 4, 2013 Tutorials
F Stop Lounge, fstoplounge

F Stop Lounge Has a New Look!

Well it’s about time! F Stop Lounge has been running for just over one year now and in that time we have achieved quite a bit. Thanks to you our readers we have reached over 400,000 views! Pat yourself on [...]

October 3, 2013 News
Remote Trigger with Sony A99 and F60M

Remote Triggers and the Sony A99 Hot Shoe/F60M Flash Combo

Ok ok… I absolutely ADORE my A99. There’s no way you’re going to talk me into another brand or get this camera outta my hand. It’s fast, it’s smart, it bends over backwards to do amazing things and all in [...]

July 29, 2013 Tutorials
Using the DMCA to fight infringement

Fight Copyright Infringement using the DMCA

If you’re like me, every now and again you stumble across an image that’s all too familiar and out of place. As your work gets more exposure over the Internet it may tend to grow legs whether you like it [...]

July 10, 2013 News
Revolve Automated Motion: Motorized Camera Dolly / Slider

KickStarter Ignites Photographic Innovation Again

If you’re like me, you’ve seen a plethora of eye-popping and jaw dropping time-lapse movies tumble out of the internet over the last handful of years. Beautiful moody landscapes revealed as the camera pans gracefully over the scene and you [...]

June 30, 2013 News
Stocksy

Finally, New Inspiration in Stock Photography

For too long now, I’ve heard complaints from photographers that stock photography can be stifling and bland to shoot for. Truly, many believed that to shoot for stock you had to strip out all creativity and just capture isolated objects, [...]

March 26, 2013 News
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The Magic World of Macro

As a photographer, I often find myself envious of those who can capture grand panoramic vistas or elegant city skylines. I’m talking about the types of photos that just make me wish that I was the one who was there [...]

January 17, 2013 Creative Corner, Insight
FstopLenses

2 Great Lenses for Capturing Your Family Memories

Let’s say you’ve gotten over the hump of buying your first DSLR and now you’re wondering what lenses would round out your camera setup. Every photographer has a favorite for what they shoot and I’m no different. When it comes [...]

January 8, 2013 Creative Corner, Insight
featured

Using a Narrow DOF in Your Photography

“DOF” stands for Depth of Field and refers to the amount of your composition that the camera has in focus. Narrow DOF means that a very small part of the image is in focus, anything closer or farther away from the [...]

September 2, 2012 Insight