Having an inbuilt grasp of photography etiquette is something we should all as photographers, aim to achieve. It makes everyone comfortable and left happy! You can’t say that you got that heartfelt image when you just plainly got up their nose about it? Follow these simple tips for a positive experience whilst shooting!
Modern day DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras come with a set of focusing tools. It’s good to understand how each works and which would suit your style of photography. Learning how to manually focus your camera is going to be what using a prime over a zoom is regarding composition, in terms of experience and skill before going forth!
Understanding how ISO works is one thing, but do you always use it right? Auto ISO is there to ensure you’re photography is constantly improving by concentrating on other aspects like Aperture & Shutter Speed. This doesn’t mean neglecting manual ISO, but rather improving your knowledge and skill so that you’re confident to use it like a pro!
Taking snapshots is something all photographers should do to let their hair down (and their chunky DSLR too). Relaxation and spontaneity go hand in hand here and learning how to just chill and not get so caught up in essential composition and light rules is an important step to improving your photography.
Photoshop has a charming history behind its origins and we can learn just how far this iconic piece of photographic software has come from the late 80’s. So here’s some things you may not know about how it all began. Enjoy.
In this article, we’ll provide a quick run down of what Adobe’s latest Creative Cloud updates are as part of a Lightroom subscriber, how to use them & more info you might be interested in as a subscriber to the Cloud.
This week we’ve got a fantastic review of the ThinkTank Video Workhorse 19. It’s a great travel bag for your video and stills equipment, let’s check it out.
Lightening the load when you’re traveling as a photographer is so important. This article will ensure you’re prepared to leave the computer behind and think outside the box! There are always compromises, but often a small sacrifice can mean a whole less tiring trip.
This article is where it’s at if you want to learn the art of using reflections to beautifully compose your images and really get some standout results!
Let’s look back at Travel Photography from the beginning and understand how the development of cameras and styles has lead us to where we are today.