Technique

Ship-board photography - PE05008

Photography on board ship, avoiding sea-sick images

I recently spent a pleasant week on a small ship, actually a working boat, enjoying a cruise along the Norwegian fjords. Another photographer raised the question about getting a steady platform for a camera on a moving ship.

stability, hand-holding, motion, camera-shake
Artists learn from the masters, The Louvre

Work at photography everyday

After writing 'In the Zone' I thought further about the similarity between photographers, sportsmen, musicians, performers or others and how it relates to being a photographer. To ensure peak performance they work at their craft, their art every day.

skills, practice, training, personal development
F2 Powerboat crash

In the zone, or not. Train the mind.

Sportsmen and women aim to get "in the zone". It is not just athletes that benefit from "the zone" but also all kinds of other performers such as musicians and I suggest it also applies to photographers.

mind, training, practice, performance
Import GPS log from smartphone using PhotoMechanic

Adding GPS coordinates, an inexpensive solution

GPS data loggers for camera systems are expensive but there is an inexpensive solution sitting in your pocket or handbag. Use your smartphone as a data logger to add GPS coordinates to your pictures.

GPS, geotagging, location

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