Showing posts with label diyphotography. Show all posts
Showing posts with label diyphotography. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

It is Blasting Time!


When my good friend asked me if he had ever mentioned The Light Blaster I immediately knew that something big is going down. And so it happened. After just a dozen emails and few days I held a piece of hardware that officially did not exist.












Sunday, May 19, 2013

Get your hood on!


Shade is needed especially in the bright sun when you try to check your pics on lcd screen? You can fix that quick and easy and for dirty cheap.
What is needed?

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The Green Robot in the service of Photography




After previous controversial post and dozens of negative comments, I'll try to be less controversial this time ... at least I'll try

Why i hook android  phone to the camera?
Because of:
- dropbox
- social media
- quick editing for the web
-  intervalometer
- macro, low angle photography
- external  screen for video
- wifi
- and much more...






Saturday, January 5, 2013

Change The View

When you look through your dslr viewfinder what you see? Some of you see nothing (mostly because cap is on) and some of you see what normally you don't wanna see (like cats and other too cute stuff for pros like us) But what to do when you wear SquarePants that don't fit your viewfinder and your pocket is empty to buy hassel or other real heavy mens pulling muscle medium 6by6 only right format camera. I can't help you with that but i can help you to see your world in right way and by that i don't wanna narcotize you or by sending you to Specsavers. I wanna work with you around your dslr viewfinder. Be warned you need more like basic skills to do this mod, when you are not comfortable with that simple don't do it. If you still want to do this, find a clean, well-lit dust-free place and let's get started:

Saturday, October 27, 2012

How to give old Nifty- Fifty new life


This post was made ​​specially for the contest How I Took It.
A lot of us making a tilt lens for our dslr thought about using the medium format lens but not many people know the full frame lenses will give the trick too. I mod the lenses already for some time and so far I'm not bored with it. Why I use full frame lenses? - simple because of the bokeh - at apertures lower than 2.8 is just incredibly delicious and I can not stop myself from shooting with this modified lenses. Check my pictorial how I transfom my old and lovely Pentacon 50mm f1.8 to a rubbery, tilty piece of glass.