An Inexpensive And Portable Daylight StudioDPMag Published in Blog
Here's a neat idea if you're into studio-caliber portrait lighting but you just don't have a studio space. You can turn normal daylight into nice, "north light" illumination. There's a long tradition of world class photographers using daylight to make impactful portraits--a guy named Avedon comes to mind--so why not join that group? Check out the article by David Hobby on his Strobist blog to learn how and why he set up his inexpensive and portable daylight studio. Best of all this setup requires minimal equipment and can be utilized anywhere that you can find the sun.
Capturing everyday life with beautiful light in the home
To understand how resolution works, start with area resolution
How to make skin look great with subtle changes to the position and quality of the light source—whether that’s a strobe or sunlight or anything in between
Full-frame DSLRs are hot! The reasons?
For many years, the two most popular types of digital cameras have been compact models and digital SLRs. Each offers advantages over the other.
All-in-one zooms that can cover wide-angles to telephoto