Camera Comparisons – Why You Don’t Need the Most Expensive Equipment

You only need the equipment that will do the job at hand- nothing more, nothing less. A camera and lens are merely tools and you only need to use what will produce the best image for each situation. Read more [...]

Using a Camera Simulator to Supplement Training

Over the past 12 years with the proliferation of digital cameras, a new crop of photographers have surfaced that extensively use the “P” or “Auto” setting on their high tech, ultra cool cameras. It’s quick; it’s easy and, for the most part, will deliver acceptable images. Read more [...]

Sports Photography Part Three

View video from the CCS Summer Workshops last July. Brian Allan is presenting Outdoor Sports Photography. From posed shots to simulated action, camera and lighting setups, and tips and tricks for marketing to customers. There is a lot of information in his presentation so we have broken it up into three parts. Read more [...]

Sports Photography Part Two

View video from the CCS Summer Workshops last July. Brian Allan is presenting Outdoor Sports Photography. From posed shots to simulated action, camera and lighting setups, and tips and tricks for marketing to customers. There is a lot of information in his presentation so we have broken it up into three parts. Topics covered in part two: basic and action posing, camera capture settings, camera positioning and lenses. Read more [...]