Fri, Jul 13, 2018
Excerpt: Denise's action shots are so good that you feel you are actually riding that horse, chasing the steer and even flying with the birds. She captures the emotions of the subject while drawing the viewer in to feel the action.
Wed, May 9, 2018
Excerpt: Making it easy
Now for the most economical, easy to use, easy to carry tripod on the market.
Thu, Jun 22, 2017
Benefits of Shooting in Manual Mode
* More control over the look of your image
* You don't have to fight to get the image you want
Fri, Apr 7, 2017
Excerpt: The number one enemy for night time and cold weather photographers is condensation. For those of you who are new to night time photography or shooting timelapses we have a few tips to understand how to fight condensation in your equipment.
Thu, Mar 30, 2017
Excerpt: Most cameras and long lens combinations can benefit from some focus tweaking. Your camera body needs to have micro-adjustments in the menu system.
Thu, Feb 23, 2017
Excerpt: With the Quick Reference Cards (by Sweet As Photos, Sydney) you will have comprehensive information available at all times to twig your memory and learn valuable tips along the way.
Mon, Oct 3, 2016
Excerpt: Here at Photography Accessories by Crafty Bells we have designed a sturdy, shock and water resistant case for your Point & Shoot Camera that is easy to carry in a pocket or just slip into a handbag.
There are two types of Point & Shoot Cameras for which we have made special cases.
Wed, Sep 28, 2016
Excerpt: Cell / Mobile phones are not getting smaller, but, they are getting thinner and feel more fragile than they used to be. If they are not protected they can either slip out of your hands, cracking the screen or even fall into water, or be exposed to rain and hot sun etc. Don't forget the damage caused by being scratched and damaged just sitting in a purse or pocket.
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
Excerpt: At Photography Accessories by Crafty Bells we have designed a lightweight, yet durable, Camera Rain Cover to pull out of your bag when that sudden spurt of rain arrives or you want that shot of rapids and waterfalls where water splash can get onto and into your camera. Don't forget about snow conditions as well, as this is where most damage can be done, not only by the snow, but by the cold conditions causing condensation and water build up in the lens.
Fri, Sep 23, 2016
Excerpt: Photographers need to be prepared for any weather conditions when they go out on a shoot. Protection of your camera and equipment is essential.