We love our Flickr pool. It's so inspiring to browse through and see our users creating amazing photos that we ourselves didn't know were possible with the help of Triggertrap. So if you're struggling to think of new photography project ideas or are looking for a reason to purchase one of our awesome kits, take a look at the awe-inspiring projects from our users below.
October has been a crazy busy month for us here at Triggertrap. And while it's been pretty hectic, it's been really exciting to get stuck into some fun events and seasonal preparations ready to inspire you guys in the world of photography in the run up to the holidays. Take a look at what we've been up to...
The spookiest night of the year is right around the corner, so get ready to prepare your spooky pumpkins, creepy costumes, and cavity-inducing stash of candy - oh, and don't forget your camera! Halloween is the perfect time to get stuck into some fun photography projects, and we've got six creative ideas to get you in the spirit this year.
We've teamed up with the guys at Amersham Studios for an exciting competition!
Last week we let our product team loose on Twitter so that our users could #AskTriggertrap anything they wanted to learn about how our apps and hardware works. Here's what you wanted to know.
There's nothing we love more here at Triggertrap than finding out all the awesome and innovative ways that you, our wonderful users, are using Triggertrap to create inspiring photos that we ourselves couldn’t even dream of creating. And when we saw Max Gennel’s photo of a Renault Spider on Instagram, this was no exception. We just had to get in touch with Max to find out more…
You probably already know that autofocus and Triggertrap Mobile don't play nicely together. For most of the things you can shoot with Triggertrap Mobile manual focus is key. But occasionally you'll find yourself longing for autofocus. Of course you can set the camera's AF on, get focus and then turn it off, but that's a bit of a pain. There is a solution to this problem; back button focus.
These days, a watch is so much more than a device for telling the time. It can monitor your heart rate, display your text messages, and it can even trigger your camera. Yes, you heard right: with Triggertrap's Wearables mode you can trigger your camera from right there on your wrist. And, in honour of wearable tech we are holding a Wearables competition giving you guys the chance to win!