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!
Photographers come across self-doubt frequently, even the pros! But we must learn to get past this block and really define who we are as creative artists…
Photographers! Natural light is a whole world of opportunity for changing how you do portraits, just waiting for you. Whether Nature, Urban, Sunrise, Sunset – create a whole new style with the earth’s natural light source!
Do photographers really need social media? One could easily argue that photographers seemed to get by just fine before Twitter existed. It’s true. But things have changed. The question of whether you need social media is one that will elicit different responses, but the bottom line is that, used effectively, social media can be an invaluable asset to photographers.
On those occasions when fellow photography enthusiasts have managed to pull me into their park bench conversations about the craft we share a love for, one of the topics that inevitably comes up is how different things were before the digital age. To the mind of some, digital photography has devalued the images we capture. […]
If you’re someone who enjoys working with a wide angle lens but haven’t been happy with the results you’ve been getting, or if you’re interested in getting started with wide angle photography but feel you’d benefit from a little background information, the following primer will assist you in getting to know and making the most of wider focal lengths.
Street photography is important. Such as brief assertion may ring hollow at first, but with a bit of careful consideration I think you will find that the brevity of the statement belies its true depth.