Learning how to compose images using parallels can really enhance your photography skills and teach you to stop and think about your images…
Using the data saved from your images can really help out your workflow and complete management of your photos. Ensure you understand how, with us!
Using a fast lens like a “Prime” 50mm or 85mm enables you to open up a world of new opportunities and styles for your photography. It’s exciting to discover new angles, new light scenarios you can shoot at and new ways to plan your compositions.
Understanding your DSLR’s various buttons can be an overwhelming task to learn but we have it broken down with this fantastic guide – simplified! You won’t be left wondering what all those buttons do and will have more time to experiment with them.
Lightroom users! We have a great tutorial here on how you can fully utilize the power of the Details Tab, by really boosting the quality of your images…
Showcasing your best work through your abilities both in camera and in post-production will really ensure your portfolio is out to impress!
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…
When you get into photography, you will go through some stages. This primer will make sure you know where you are and what’s happening with your growth in photography.
Patience in photography is something we should be aiming for. For some of us, it does not come easily and sometimes it might not be appropriate, shooting sports for example. However, train patience into your photography and you will be able to call on it when needed.
The advent of digital imaging has brought photography into the mainstream. In the days of film photography, SLR cameras were generally the preserve of advanced enthusiasts who had spent years honing their craft. Someone wanting to get into photography would have a steep learning curve and one that was expensive too. That expense came not […]