Using reflectors in portrait photography WILL enable producing better photographs, fact. So check this piece out by understanding how it could work for you!
Photographers, we’ve discovered Macphun Luminar, a powerful photo editing suite – an alternative to Adobe’s offerings. Let’s check it out and see what this bit of software is capable of. Some good reviews suggest some quite cool features!
Our 500px raw app review for iOS devices enables you to better understand what features it has and whether or not this is something for you over other apps.
Photographers! This article shows you that there are elements of design in photography to be considered each time we go out shooting, planned or otherwise.
At Lightstalking, you can get the low-down on everything you need to know about Tilt-Shift lenses: How they work, why they do and real examples for you. Take your creativity to new heights and explore what the lenses can do and have fun with creating cool photography!
We’ve rounded up the most common photography myths for you in this post to ensure you know where you stand when people splurt out random knowledge! Be sure to read this article to fully understand what is real and what is simply just open to interpretation.
Colors, Shadows and Shapes can really work to bring your photography alive. Use them intentionally and find how they can each impact your photographs. We look deep into how these separate elements can work for YOU.
Reach and grab your smartphone, it’s what EVERYONE does without realizing it. But this piece of gear could be your perfect street photography companion. It’s small, light, inconspicuous and you can process images instantly.
There are so many photo sharing sites, each with their own strengths. This article aims to consolidate some of the most popular sites and help you out choosing which platform is best for you, whether that be having more social media sharing capabilities or just simple online storage for backup.
Dealing with distracting backgrounds is something most outdoor photographers have to resolve, sometimes on the spot. This article aims to help you out by ensuring you know when to use a background and when to lose it. Techniques with your camera, an understanding of light and depth of field and you’re there!