Photographers will be excited about the recent announcement by Kodak of the Ektra – a smartphone designed specifically with the needs of photographers in mind. Old timers might even recognise the name with the first Ektra being released by Kodak back in 1941. Things seem to have gotten a lot more sophisticated with the recent […]
For many landscape photographers, Adobe’s Lightroom is an essential part of their workflow. Indeed, it remains the industry standard in post production software for a good reason (and it even took the top spot on our survey of the best photography software in 2016). But getting to grips with the ins and outs of any […]
It’s always interesting seeing what “works” with an audience in photography. Flickr provides a great opportunity to trawl through a bit of that and their yearly “top 25” is a great chance for photographers to get a few “data backed” tips on how to wow an audience. Image Credit: SpaceX 2015’s top 25 from Flickr […]
It’s no wonder that Adobe Lightroom is a no.1 software tool for photographers. With this guide, you can learn how to use it in conjunction with presets to allow you to be super creative with your editing whilst learning many typical tools photographers use!
One of the wonderful things about working at Light Stalking is that you get to spend a good portion of your days wandering around the Internet looking at the works of some very creative people. Recently, I was lucky enough to stumble across the work of Ronny Overhate on Pixabay and his macro bugs brought an […]
If you’re new to Lightroom (or even if you’re reasonably familiar with it), Phil Steele recently put together a Youtube video that is a great way to become a little more familiar with the inner workings of this amazing piece of software (which currently holds the top spot in our roundup of the best photography […]
When you are starting to get into taking photos, there can be nothing more boring that reading and learning the theory behind it. Let’s try to skip that.
When you start to get into landscape photography, you come to realise that Ansel Adams was correct when he said it is the ultimate test and often the ultimate disappointment. Getting a landscape shot that you are 100% happy with is extremely challenging.
Maja Topčagić has produced a portrait photo series that will really make you stop and look. “Freckles” is a series of photos focussing on women with red hair who have freckles! The former image retoucher from Bonsia Herzegovina uses natural natural adornments and plants to accentuate her portaits and has produced a body of work […]
They say that black and white photography captures emotions, adds drama and depth. If you want to add a range of wonderful black and white photography portraits to your portfolio take a look at these tutorials and learn how to create stunning black and white portrait photographs. 7 Tips for Black and White Portrait Photography […]