This week’s photography links from Toad Hollow Photography are a great roundup to relax with a steaming cup of hot freshly brewed coffee. See what inspires you for the week…
Automattic has launched an eagerly awaited bit of software – a Lightroom plugin for Wordpress. This means images can be exported directly into Wordpress! Now that IS pretty neat, you’ve got to admit.
In this post, we’ll give you some inspiration to photograph kids with confidence and show you some of the best tips & tricks out there! There are some amazing resources we’ve got here to turn your photography of kids into something you can be seriously proud of.
If you want to improve your photos in lightroom, as in create flat looking images into punchy uplifted photos, then you’ll want to have a peek here at just some of the simple adjustments which could be holding your images back from their true greatness!
There’s a lot to learn about photographing architecture – angles, composition, lens choice etc! This guide will get you on your feet and experimenting for yourself and developing your own style and preference in this niche.
Using feedback in photography to develop & grow as a photographer is one of the best ways to go in my opinion. It helps you understand photographic stories, the thinking process, the ideas and magic behind inspirational work – I’m not just talking iconic pieces we all know. Becoming more intrigued in people’s work will only fuel your individual creativity.
This article – introduction to lightroom, will show you the ropes and how Lightroom is setup for you, the photographer. If you don’t own it, take a peek because you could be missing some things to make your photo workflow so much better!
Midday is one of the most difficult times to shoot for any photographer. The brutal truth is that cameras struggle with the extreme light and photographers struggle with making that harsh light result in a pleasing image. That being said, during your photography career, you are almost certainly going to find yourself in a situation […]
James Zwadlo brings us some stunning, no, mind-blowing infrared photography in a truly unique form which he shares in this article of beautiful photographs.
Nina Wild is an uber-talented young 24-year-old German photographer specializing in photographing models with animals. Her work is absolutely beautiful, so have a look for yourselves through this piece.