Category : Workflow and Tips

20 Jan 2017
Mastering iPhone Panorama Photography

Mastering iPhone Panorama Photography

Mastering iPhone Panorama Photography may sound like a mammoth task to set yourself but in reality this imaging mode is not that difficult. In fact, all it needs are a few small, read cheap, items to help you create works of art that will leave your imaging buddies green with envy. That said it is not only the hardware that will make life easier, you have to get the technique dialled in if you are to indeed succeed in mastering […]

09 Jan 2017
Digital Content Marketing

Lights, Camera, errrrm, Content?

Digital content marketing in simplified terms is the digitising of a product line, service or characteristic of a provider or brand. Once digitised it is then the act of promoting that via digital channels such as blogs and social media. Brands do this in order to engage a current audience, to share in their evolutionary path, their adventure as it were. Goals of such undertakings reveal a constant battle for brands and services to find fresh, creative and ultimately exciting ways to […]

04 Jan 2017
Video Content Marketing is the next big thing...

Why You Need to Start Adopting Video Content Marketing

Video content marketing? Is it something you’ve ever thought that could be right for your product or service? I know many folks out there associate YouTube with gamers and millennial antics but in reality YouTube is way more than that. Did you know for example that YouTube is actually the second largest search engine on the web? second only in stature to the mighty Google. Developing a YouTube Channel in order to adopt video content marketing as a progressive step […]

28 May 2016
iPhoneography Timelapse Tutorial

iPhoneography Timelapse Workflow

iPhoneography, the purists pooh pooh the idea of creating visual imagery with it; “A smart device”? “C’mon get real”. No longer a laughing matter today’s smart devices are packing cameras with an increasing amount of punch, it is the area of smart imaging, and in my case, of iPhoneography. For the most part, in the video realm they’re armed with the capacity to shoot in the latest buzz format that is 4K, in lower resolutions they offer higher frame rates […]

19 May 2016
tutorials are a great way to retain contact with your audience

Motion Timelapse Tutorial

For all of you time-lapsing photographers out there and indeed those of you just getting into this art form here’s a recent short tutorial that I appear in that was shot on location around Yokohama in Japan by a good friend of mine from Okinawa, Adam Lewis. As I am sponsored by the SYRP company in New Zealand who make a device called the Genie Mini which allows panning motions to be programmed and incorporated into timelapse photography they asked […]

30 Apr 2016

Wildlife Filming with an iPhone

We all love a great adventure, and one of those I’m checking out more and more is the option to create movies and record wildlife with smart devices. Capable of more than ‘selfies’ or food and pet pics these cameras in smart devices are getting more and more powerful as each new model emerges. This was shot on an iPhone6 with the iPhone6S about to be waved in anger too. Unbelievable to think that we can now film in 4K […]