Speedlights are fantastic, but they can become limited in how you can diffuse the light – especially outside or around tall ceilings! We’ve got some ideas to help…
Converting images to Black and White or “Monochrome”, can really put that kick into your images that are lacking presence. Check out this Lightroom post…
Buying a load of new photography gear can seem daunting or just plain confusing. Fear not, we have some great advice for you!
Photography may be a solo activity for many photographers. That doesn’t mean you aren’t around people when you are busy shooting. Quite the contrary. If you’re a portrait, wedding, street photographer, you’re engaging with people as subjects. If you’re a nature or landscape photographer, a lot of our work is spent solo. We may however, […]
It has been a very exciting week in the field of photography with many people posting a wide variety of posts and photographs for the world to view and enjoy. This week’s list features a selection of the work completed by many different artists working in the field today and we hope you enjoy […]
Luminosity masks are a post-processing technique in Photoshop that is commonly used by landscape photographers on a single RAW image or to create a high dynamic range image with digital blending. It is essentially a method of making selections based on the luminosity value of the pixels.
The best advice I can give to anybody who loves photography is: Always have a camera with you. It doesn’t matter what gear you choose as your trusty companion, as long as it’s reliable. About three years ago, I was working as a salesman of hydraulic components for heavy machinery. I was traveling with a […]
Whatever you do in life there are people who try to learn all kinds of new things, and naturally, ask questions about it. This too is something that happens in photography – it’s not a bad thing, in fact, it’s a great thing. As long as people are curious, ask questions and look for answers, […]
In photography, if you do everything ‘by the book’ and lack some experience, you’d think that selective focus is what makes the eye focus on the subject, and that light is used to make everything look nice and beautiful. While that is partially true, both light and focus play the exact opposite roles as well. […]
Real estate photography can be a lucrative calling to someone who is looking to earn a few extra bucks on the side with their photography, or establish a full-time photography business of their own. While it is possible to earn an income with quality real estate photography, there’s a lot of competition out there. In […]