A personal brand is becoming increasingly important online and offline. With so many different places to create a persona on the internet you really need to think about your choice of branding. It's mostly about consistency and a few choices, as detailed below :)
There are certain traits that I have picked up over the few years that I have been taking photos. Some I embrace and are positive, others not so. Below are a few things which I wish I could unlearn, they're not major issues, just one's which might impede my photographic'ness from time to time.
Well, not quite but I think this image is quite eerie. This is a very easy effect to achieve using a series of still images and the auto awesome feature in Google+. I recently ran through the feature but didn't go into detail of the process involved prior to uploading the image.
Photographer Matt Hoyle has built an amazing portrait gallery of over 130 of the biggest names in comedy. From Steve Martin to Dame Edna, they are all captured in a series of wonderful, creative portraits.
One unique feature in Google+ that can prove very useful is 'Auto Awesome'. Google+ automatically scans your images and selects those that it can use in one of a number of processes that it runs to produce special effects.
It's well known that external flash's are guzzling monsters when it comes to consuming battery power. Using an external power source would obviously be a better choice, but this is hardly ever an option when not using a studio or shooting at home. So what batteries are best when it comes to powering external flash's, which ones give you more…
Sugru is an extremely simple yet useful substance. Similar to blue tack but with subtle differences it can be used for a variety of tasks and hacks. Adhering to almost anything, and changing into a flexible silicon rubber over night it proves very useful for a number of photography related hacks.