Articles tagged "one-thing-series"

One Thing: How my first (and only) photography class made me fall in love with film

As someone who came of age in the digital world, I never thought I'd be a fan of film photography. One film class in high school, however, changed my outlook on the analog art form.

One Thing: How do you stay organized and archive all your photographs and videos? Let's trade tips

When it comes to workflow, organization, and archiving years of accumulated photos and videos, everyone has their own system. DPReview's Jason Hendardy highlights a few items that have worked for him throughout the years, while also asking our community to share their approaches and what's been working for them.

One Thing: The wrist strap is the killer app

In photography, half the fun is finding out what works for you. For DPReview's Chris Niccolls, the neck strap had to go and the wrist strap was here to stay.

One Thing: A fear of flash flirted with failure

The world of photography and video is filled with tools and gadgets that promise to take your visuals to the next level. DPReview's Shaminder Dulai reflects on a time he listened to the tools and advanced his photojournalism.

One Thing: How a little camera made my day less stressful

Investing in a standalone webcam can be a game changer that boosts confidence and improves your connection with others when you can’t be face to face.

One Thing: Want more cinematic lighting? Try taking light away

Lighting may seem resource-intensive on the surface, but as DPReview's Jordan Drake discovered after watching a pro, great effects can be achieved without a lot of expensive equipment. Using a simple tool to remove and modify the light can make for a compelling image.