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Mavic Pro Photographers Review

Mavic Pro Photographers Review

We have been using a DJI Phantom 4 Pro for video and photography work since 2017 and it has worked out exceptionally well. The picture quality of both video and stills is amazing and we have been very impressed by the stability and maneuverability of the platform. So why invest in the smaller Mavic Pro? Size The Mavic Pro packs down into a very small space indeed. Way smaller than airline carry on restrictions allow. It is inconspicuous, quick to […]

5 Photography Apps for the Smartphone

5 Photography Apps for the Smartphone

My favourite 5 Photography Apps for the Smartphone? I’ve used dozens but there are a few I keep coming back to. Snapseed – by far the best all round editing app, this is something Google got emphatically right. Perfectly Clear – Does exactly what it says on the tin – sharpens your iPhone pictures automatically. Layout – Makes complicated montages easy. Choose a layout and fill it with pictures. Easy! True HDR – This app makes HDR simple – it […]

5 Video Apps for the Smart phone

5 Video Apps for the Smart phone

My best 5 video apps for the smart phone? The functionality packed into the average phone or tablet these days has made the platform viable for producing video. Social media is packed with video shot on smart phones – As long ago as 2014 Car maker Bentley commissioned an ad which was shot on an iPhone and edited on an iPad. Admittedly the iPhone was enhanced with several very expensive hardware add ons, but nonetheless the ad was shot on an […]

Adobe Creative Cloud Review

Adobe Creative Cloud Review

I’ve been putting off writing an Adobe Creative Cloud Review for the very good reason that in our organisation we had already purchased most of the applications in standalone versions around CS5. Lightroom and Photoshop a good deal earlier and I was able to upgrade seamlessly as far as CS6 until Adobe announced there would be no more standalone versions. It was only a matter of time, but as long as Adobe Camera Raw supported my Canon 5D Mk III […]

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