While there are photographers switching to Sony from other brands, we’ve also witnessed some major issues with Sony mirrorless cameras. We’ve heard a lot about the “star eater” and overheating. But Max Yuryev focuses on five problems people don’t mention so often, yet they can be pretty annoying. He focuses mainly on issues that affect video shooters but adds two extra problems Sony photographers might encounter.
Happy Easter guys! This week I wanted to give you a handy guide for double-checking that your images (with people in them) are as free from distractions as possible, and how to fix any that appear, before you release them. There is another impressive article on how to do this with videos if you prefer some German humor ;).
I like to break my images down into 3 key areas (entirely because of Stefan). These are the following:
- Color Issues
- Luminosity Issues
- Texture/Structure Issues
As long as these three issues are covered, you have a wonderful base to assume that your image is going to be relatively distraction free.
Everyone has those days when it would be better if they just stayed in bed. Photographers also have them, and often things simply don’t go as you’ve planned. Thomas Heaton shows what it looks like when a landscape photographer has a bad day. And no matter what kind of photography you do, you’ve probably had a day like this, too.