Editing Browser Photo Editors

Hello, Hello, Hello! This post is all about browser photo editors, why they are popular, and see how they actually are! As always: please like, comment, follow! Thanks šŸ˜‰ Why use a Browser Editor? The simple answer, is that they don’t take up space and also, web apps are opening up more options for developers.Continue reading “Editing Browser Photo Editors”

How Good is the Google Photos Denoise Edit?

In this blog post, I am going to take a look at the Google Photos denoise and sharpening edits that were added to the Google Photo editor at the end of last week. Also, I want to see how good it is when compared to maybe Photoshop and Polarr. Availability and Overview: I do believeContinue reading “How Good is the Google Photos Denoise Edit?”

Are Mobile Lenses Worth it in 2021?

Mobile lenses have been around for a while now and over the years, smartphone cameras have gotten better and better. Now, in 2021, most phones have pretty awesome cameras with multiple sensors on them. So the big question is, are mobile lenses even worth using in 2021? It is 2013: In an effort to improveContinue reading “Are Mobile Lenses Worth it in 2021?”

The $350 Canon Macro Lens

Hello everyone! Today’s post is all about the EF-S 35mm f/2.8 Macro IS STM. You may have heard that the other day, Canon came out with a $1600 Macro lens. I was actually already working on this post and thought that it would be a perfect time to post about a much less expensive lensContinue reading “The $350 Canon Macro Lens”

Making Polarr Filters/Presets

Hello! Today I am taking a look at Polarr, a free photo editor for desktop/laptop or mobile. I am actually going to look at more than just the overall editor. I am going to show you how you can make filters to share to others! Editing: To make a preset/filter, you need to edit aContinue reading “Making Polarr Filters/Presets”

FREE Photo Editors from the Microsoft Store

Hello everyone! Today I am going to take a look at some photo editors for Windows laptops/desktops from the Microsoft store. So if you don’t know, Windows 10 has an app store much like what you would find on a phone with computer apps. I did look at an editor on their briefly before calledContinue reading “FREE Photo Editors from the Microsoft Store”

Bird Photography 2021

Hello everyone! Today’s blog post is all about bird photography! If you were following me back in August (2020), the first month of this blog, you might remember my post on Bird Photography 2020. You can consider this to be a sequel post. šŸ˜Š In this post I am also going to look at theContinue reading “Bird Photography 2021”

Why Printing Your Photography is Important

As a photographer, it is important to see your work. Before a photo somewhere, I look at it for a long time and see what I like about it and what I dislike. This is why most photographers never post certain photos. You will probably end up with some photos that you really like. ThoseContinue reading “Why Printing Your Photography is Important”

My Laptop for Editing

I use a laptop to operate this blog, edit photos, edit videos, and more. In this post, I’m going to talk about using the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex Alpha running Windows 10. I am going to tell you all about this laptop and how well it works for editing. A Brief History of Samsung Computers:Continue reading “My Laptop for Editing”

The 2021 Instagram Algorithm

If you are a blogger or own a site on the web, then you have almost certainly researched the Google Algorithm. All Search Engines and Social Medias run on some sort of algorithm. In this post, I am going to talk about the new Instagram algorithm for 2021. I do want to note that theseContinue reading “The 2021 Instagram Algorithm”

Ello: It Was a Good Concept

Not too long ago, I talked about one of my favorite photography social medias right now. I mentioned Ello in that post for its huge spam problem. Since I talked about my favorite photography social media, it is time to talk about my least favorite. History Ello.co was founded in March of 2014 by PaulContinue reading “Ello: It Was a Good Concept”

Looking at a Dev

If you got to read my post on New Photography Editing Apps, you will know that the apps I chose to look at were all from small developers. The first app was by a developer called Shwetank Shivam. The developer visited the blog and sent me a link to the camera app that they made,Continue reading “Looking at a Dev”

Snowfall

Snow began falling outside, and I immediately went outside to photograph and record it. I had some issues when uploading with quality and wanted to share the why with you as well. You can view the video on Behance by clicking the link below and Pinterest. My last video has gotten more than 50 PinterestContinue reading “Snowfall”

One of the Most Underrated Photography Social Medias

The internet is full of platforms that you can share your photography on. If you have seen my social section on the blogs homepage, you will know that I post photos on a lot of different platforms. There is one platform that may just be my favorite posting platform and I don’t feature it onContinue reading “One of the Most Underrated Photography Social Medias”

New Photography Editing Apps

App stores have a ton of photography editing apps being released constantly. It is hard to know which apps are legitimate and which ones are not. I downloaded free photography editing apps that were released somewhere near the end of 2020 on the Google Play Store. I think that it is good to support smallContinue reading “New Photography Editing Apps”

Winter Photography 2020-21

It is the very first day of 2021! If you follow me on any socials you will know that I have been super excited about this blog post! Videos always take a long time to film and edit and this one was no exception taking over 7 hours total! I really hope that you enjoyContinue reading “Winter Photography 2020-21”

An Edit in Photoscapes X

This blog was released on August 15th 2020 and that week I posted a variety of posts every day before switching to weekly posts. One of those posts, published on August 21st, was on mobile editing apps. I came across PhotoScape X in the comments for that post by mgadams1970. I have been working withContinue reading “An Edit in Photoscapes X”

I Tried to Make a Horrible Photo Look Great

Intro: We all take bad photos, whether you are a photographer or just someone snapping photos on a phone for fun. What happens to those photos? Well, most of those bad photos would normally be deleted. In this blog post, I am going to show you how I made a bad photo that I tookContinue reading “I Tried to Make a Horrible Photo Look Great”

Digital Film App for Android

Intro: Photographer Youtuber Julia Trotti and her cousin, Leondro Balan, made a FREE photo editing app called the Digital Film App or Digital Film Actions App for both Android and IOS. I tried this app out not to long after it was released onto Android and really like it. On the Google Play Store thisContinue reading “Digital Film App for Android”

Google’s Incredible 8.1 Camera Update

Intro: If you have been following my blog you know that not to long ago I got my first Google Pixel. Shortly after writing the post on the Google Pixel 4a, Google came out with two new phones: The Google Pixel 4a 5G and the Google Pixel 5. These phones were being advertised with allContinue reading “Google’s Incredible 8.1 Camera Update”

Cameras and the Grey Market

Okay. Last weeks post was on the Canon EOS Rebel Sl3 but I was replacing the camera because the one that I had received had a broken screen. I replaced it with another camera that came in a bundle with lots of stuff for less money. Sounds great right? Well, the camera is very differentContinue reading “Cameras and the Grey Market”

A New Perspective: A look at new camera

Looking through a new camera is looking at photography from a different angle. By the time you read this I will have had the Canon EOS Rebel SL3 (250D) for a few days before returning it but more on that later. As some of you might know, I take photos from the Nikon Coolpix P900Continue reading “A New Perspective: A look at new camera”

Editing a Photo in Photoshop Elements 2020

Intro: You may or may not know that I edit my photos in Photoshop 2020 for the most part. If you know Adobe well, you will know that they make four different premium photography editing software’s. These include Photoshop Elements (what I use), Photoshop CC, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom CC. Lightroom is probably the mostContinue reading “Editing a Photo in Photoshop Elements 2020”

Bee on Some Flowers šŸšŸŒ»

Sorry for another short post but I am still having some medical problems. The photo above was taken on my Google Pixel 4a a few weeks ago! The bee was one of the few remaining as winter approaches. I am not exactly sure what flower the bee is on so if you know please leaveContinue reading “Bee on Some Flowers šŸšŸŒ»”

From Colorful to Colorless

I previously did a post on Monochrome Photography on the blog and decided to do another post featuring monochrome photos. Below is a selection of colored photos that I have then converted to monochrome photos and added some extra effects to the photos. You can drag the slider in the middle to see the beforeContinue reading “From Colorful to Colorless”

Autumn Leaves

This posts photography was inspired by @Kanbokeh. Below is a photo that inspired me to take the photos in this post. After coming across these photos, I absolutely loved them. They made me want to emulate them. Using these two photos, I began taking photos. The first photo is below is very similar photos thatContinue reading “Autumn Leaves”

The Magnificent Colors of Autumn

Autumn is an incredible season, and my favorite season, filled with incredible colors. Sadly these colors are only best for a short period of time before the colors fade. This weeks post is my autumn photography for 2020! The first photo which is below was featured the blog post two weeks ago on my GoogleContinue reading “The Magnificent Colors of Autumn”

My New Phone for Photography

If you have ever been on a search for a smartphone with a phenomenal camera, you may have come across the Google Pixel phone series. A few photography bloggers have told me that they have heard of this device when searching for an excellent phone camera. To give some context on this phone, Google launchedContinue reading “My New Phone for Photography”

Buzzing Bewilderment

Bees are buzz through the air throughout the spring and summer. Bees collect pollen throughout the summer and we end up with honey in our grocery stores or a net of bees in our garden. Either way, these are spectacular creatures that do stunning things. With the bee season coming to an end, I wantedContinue reading “Buzzing Bewilderment”

Remembering September 11th

September 11th, remembered for many reasons. 1987, Emergency number day for the United States. Remember Freedom Day is celebrated on September 11th as an annual holiday. The day that most remember though is, 9/11 remembrance day. The horrible attacks on 9/11 will forever be remembered on this day. Tuesday Morning, 9/11/2001-8:45 AM- American Airlines BoeingContinue reading “Remembering September 11th”

Rabbit Photography Special

Rabbits are probably one of the most cooperative animals to photograph in photography. Using the Nikon Coolpix P900 here is a collection of photos that I have taken. These are a photos taken over numerous weeks of two different Rabbits. One Rabbit is a grown one and the other a baby. Each photo is completelyContinue reading “Rabbit Photography Special”

Bird Photography Special

Birds are a vastly different from one another and are fantastic to photograph. Previously, I did a post on Monochrome photography and is the top post on the blog at the time of writing this. I will do this post on birds and the shots that I have captured of them. Here is the selection:Continue reading “Bird Photography Special”

Why I use Creative Commons

As an extra post this week, I am going to give some incite into why I use the Creative Commons as opposed to a watermark. If you are a photographer and use watermarks, you may find this info useful. Creative Commons is a free licensing website you can use on almost anything that involves youContinue reading “Why I use Creative Commons”

Top 3 free Photography Editing Apps

A lot of photographers edit their photos. Although some photos do not need editing it can be useful for even the little things. I like to use numerous software for editing and since I started this blog I have picked up a few along the way. Below is a list of some editing software thatContinue reading “Top 3 free Photography Editing Apps”

Monochrome Photography

I was recently reading the Brashley Photography blog and was taken particularly with the Midweek Monochrome posts. Brashley Photography is another WordPress photography blog and has some pretty incredible photography so, be sure to check it out later! Browsing through their Midweek Monochrome selection I realized how little Monochrome photography I did. Here is oneContinue reading “Monochrome Photography”

Mobile Photography Gear for Under $50!

My journey in mobile photography started with the Galaxy J7 Sky Pro. The camera is fairly average and nothing special but with some add-ons and improvements, I pushed the camera to its limits. As an extra post for World Photography Day, below is some gear that really helped in the mobile photography and can beContinue reading “Mobile Photography Gear for Under $50!”

181 Years of World Photography Day!

World Photography Day, a day to celebrate where photography has come and where it is going. From ancient Obscura cameras to smartphones, photography is an ever-changing field which has developed for centuries. Today is a day to celebrate the camera and the incredible minds of photographers who have utilized this tool to create art. InContinue reading “181 Years of World Photography Day!”

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