A polarizing filter allows you to shoot in sunny situations that would normally yield terrible photos. Unfortunately, these filters can run upwards of $200.
Travis Patterson made a simple tutorial that shows you how to make your own high quality polarizer by stacking two $5 filters.
Due to this crazy black friday deals, in the last 36hrs I’v got most people on my Christmas list covered. The most expensive item I bought was $25. The cheapest being $0.49 cents. Anddddd every webiste had free shipping!!! Now fingers crossed, everything will be as awesome as the things looked through the rosy black friday sale glasses I had on.
This is like the perfect combo of two things I have a special place in my hart for. \o/
This will be going on my office shelve.
The first time I’ve ever framed one of my own prints, for myself that is. 16x20, full on contrast & grain baby. \o/
26 Nov 2013 / 1 note
For the photographer friend who seems to have all the gear in the world, the go-to gift is a classy photobook.
The options are limitless, but lucky for you, TIME Magazine has curated the best photobooks of 2013.