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The History of Photography

July 29, 2015
First Photograph of a Person

Photography… medium of endless possibilities since it was invented in the early 1800s. It has truly come along way, so to we thought it’d be nice to take you back to its very beginnings: 1. The First Photograph The world’s first ever photograph made in a camera was taken in 1826 by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. Taken from the upstair’s windows of his estate in the …

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Understanding Digital Camera Modes

June 18, 2015
Digital SLR Camera

Having a good understanding of the digital camera modes is essential to control the exposure in photography. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced amateur, you should know what each camera mode does and when it should be used, under what circumstances. 1) What are Digital Camera Modes? Digital Camera Modes allow photographers to control the parameters of an exposure, specifically, Shutter Speed, Aperture …

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Smartphone photography Part 2

June 11, 2015
iphone photography with horse

The wait is over! Welcome to our second and final part of Smartphone photography tips and tricks. Lets dive right in! 4. Find an interesting moment Say you’re at a beautiful location, the light is gorgeous and everything is ripe for a great photo. But nothing’s happening. It’s like looking through your Instagram or Facebook feed: there are hundreds of sunset photos with nothing but …

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Smartphone photography Part 1

June 4, 2015
concert photography

Smartphone photography, iPhoneography, mobile photography or whatever you want to call it, it’s clear that taking great pictures with a phone has become a thing now. What does that mean, exactly? It means that folks are creating works of art from the smartphones, and those pieces also go up in galleries or are made into prints. That’s the extreme end, of course, but on the …

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Canvas Prints Are Perfect to Show Off Your Artwork

May 28, 2015
Huggler Canvas

Have you seen the canvas print wall décor in the latest magazines or or favourite coffee shop? Canvas prints look great in any room and add a unique personal touch. Let’s talk about how pictures on canvas make your photos and artwork really pop. 1. Pictures on canvas can pull a room together. Since the pictures are printed on the same material, you can get …

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The World’s Most Selfie Friendly Cameras?

May 22, 2015
group of people taking selfie

Amongst the new range of Canon Powershot cameras, the models grabbing most of our attention have to be the selfie friendly G7X and N2. Both these cameras shine in the social networking world. You can post photos and videos directly to Facebook, Twitter, et al. You can also link it to your mobile phone or tablet for remote shooting. But the clincher is the rear touchscreen …

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Tutorial: Photo Editing for Cool Newbies

May 15, 2015
pic monkey

  Meet “Pic-Monkey” Just uploaded your photos and noticed that some could do with a little tweaking? Well guess what, using our very own editing software , called “Pic Monkey” (Edit option’s available on every image in “Albums”) you can adjust about anything that can possibly need adjustment. The possibilities are endless… You can crop, chop, resize, rotate, adjust exposure and colour, add overlays and …

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Behind the scenes

May 1, 2015
photoshoot

Here’s a little snapshot taken during our recent photo-shoot Huggler ‘s latest Product Photo-shoot The aim of the shoot was to gather more great images of our books, calendars and diaries to go onto the website. Mission accomplished? Having spent (seemingly) endless hours on set (in some awkward positions) we’d like to think so but taking the actual photographs was “only” a small part of the …

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Photographer’s choice: The Canon EOS 5Ds and 5DsR

April 24, 2015
Canon EOS 5Ds

    The Unexpected Canon EOS 5Ds & 5DsR There is always a buzz around the photography world just prior to a product launch but I don’t think many pro photographers were expecting Canon to introduce two DSLR cameras with a resolution of 50.6 Mega Pixels each! (The two cameras are effectively the same; The Canon EOS 5DsR has the anti-alias filter removed to help …

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