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Your orders will be processed and shipped after the nation-wide lockdown. Stay Safe & Stay Informed. SA COVID-19 updates: www.sacoronavirus.co.za

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5 Basic Post-Processing Tips to Instantly Improve Your Photos - Cameraland Sandton

5 Basic Post-Processing Tips to Instantly Improve Your Photos

Are you a beginner looking to improve your post-processing skills? That’s what this article is all about. In it, you’ll discover five post-processing tips that will immediately take your photos to the next level. Best of all, these tips aren’t even difficult to follow, and they require nothing more than the most basic image-editing program. …

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Alternative Automotive Photography - Capturing the Details - Cameraland Sandton

Alternative Automotive Photography: Capturing the Details

Cars and photography often seem to go hand in hand. Whether you’re a car owner with a camera or a photographer with a passion for the classics, the perfect automotive photo can often seem just out of reach. Automotive photography can be both tricky and expensive. To get catalog-ready images of cars, the top commercial …

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The 30-Degree Rule - A Trick All DPs and Editors Should Know | Cameraland Sandton

The 30-Degree Rule: A Trick All DPs and Editors Should Know

Learn how to avoid disorienting cuts with the 30-degree rule. We all know the 180-degree rule. It’s a technique filmmakers use to make sure that the talent is always looking in the right direction on-screen by never letting your camera cross the centerline of the action. The lesser-known (yet often-used) 30-degree rule basically its cousin, and …

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