Want to step away from the camera and let your subjects take their own photos? A remote controllable photo booth is a great way of getting some fun and relaxed photos with very little effort!
Timelapse is a great way of making slow things look really fast. This tutorial will talk you through the absolute basics of timelapse photography.
Light orbs are one of the most fun light painting techniques to experiment with. As long as you understand the basic tools and techniques involved, the rest comes down to practice and experimentation!
TTL (Through The Lens) flash can be really useful, but for many types of photography, manual flash is crucial. This short tutorial will explain how manual flash and TTL differ and how to set manual flash up.
There are many occasions when using the shutter release button on the camera isn’t the best tool for the situation. A cable release can get around this problem easily.
Most cameras have a maximum shutter speed of around 30 seconds, but you can easily get around this by using bulb mode.
Using manual exposure settings allows you to take full control over your camera, and in turn you can decide how the final photo looks
As useful as autofocus can be, there are many situations where being able to manually focus your camera on a specific point in the frame is vital.
A Scream Booth gives you an opportunity to take some really unique photos. After all, how often do you get the chance to see what you look like screaming at the top of your voice?
Congratulations! You’ve just picked up the world’s best smartphone camera remote! Now you might be wondering, “how do I get this thing working?!” This short tutorial will get you up and running with Triggertrap Mobile in no time.
Photographing busy places can be really annoying, but with this neat technique you can make even the busiest places look empty.
Timelapse is really fun, but we think this little tutorial is even more fun!
Photographing bursting water balloons is remarkably easy, and good fun! This tutorial is your way into high speed photography.