Whether you’re a hobbyist, an amateur, a professional, or anything in between, getting your photography out there can seem like a daunting task. But let’s face it, it’s even more frustrating when you are putting time and devotion into your craft for no one to see it. To help put an end to that, we’ve put together some top tips on how to get your photography work seen.
When you’re out shooting lots of long exposures or a long timelapse (or even shooting a short film on your DSLR), powering your camera can be problematic. These are all pretty power intensive activities so you’ll find yourself getting through lots of small camera battery packs.
If you have a camera, the chances are you probably have a camera bag to put it in (unless you throw caution to the wind and shove it in a normal backpack, that's okay too). Along with your camera, your camera bag is the one thing you'll be pretty much guaranteed to take to every shoot, so we've put together our list of the things you should have in your camera bag but probably don't already...
Last week we announced our new Twitter chat, and next month we’re introducing a monthly Q&A on our Instagram page (@Triggertrap). Look at us launching stuff all over the place, we’re like a bloody rocket powered by photography fuel!
Spring is finally upon those of us in the northern hemisphere, so now’s the perfect time to give your kit a thorough spring cleaning of its own.
It’s spring, everyone! Yes, after a long, tough winter, the sun is finally back out, there are leaves on the trees, and thoughts turn to all things fresh and new. And where better to start freshening up than with your portfolio?
We love you guys, so we’re running a sweepstakes competition this month and every subsequent month for the foreseeable future.
Whether you want to expand your online presence or simply increase your business reach, these top tips from social media manager Katherine Hockley will send you in the right direction.
Introducing #TriggerChat,a monthly Twitter chat for photographers everywhere
Our friend Panos used Triggertrap to construct his awesome timelapse video, Greek Skies. If you’ve not seen it yet, do go and watch it! The entire project was a serious undertaking, and as you can imagine, Panos has amassed a wealth of knowledge in the process. He’s been kind enough to share some of that with us.