Portrait Photography doesn’t have to be expensive, especially when you’re starting out. We’ll show how you can achieve great results with minimum fuss! Good Light and a good lens, plus an understanding of them both will get you far…
Asking questions is a perfect way to discover more about your passion for photography and also to improve your skills by learning new techniques you may not have been aware of simply because you just “didn’t know”
Learning how to compose images using parallels can really enhance your photography skills and teach you to stop and think about your images…
Practice does make you a better photographer, in fact, a better “anything”. So improving your skills comes fundamentally from utilizing your good habits.
Learning the absolute foundations of photography and how to use your camera will enable you to expand your skills hugely. This article is all about that!
Visual perception, or the ability that allows you to observe a certain situation, is shaped and molded by you and your experiences in your surroundings. The way you see things, observe, take note of details and so forth defines your visual perception and how detail oriented you are. Let us take a neurosurgeon for example: […]
The more you photograph, the more issues will potentially arise. It’s kind of like a spiral. But, being aware of the issues and being capable of avoiding them, will be how you’ll achieve better photographs and really enjoy photography. Of course, you might be aware of some of these issues, but still, if one of […]
If you’re a movie buff like I am, you’ll notice that movies often look quite different than photos, in both framing and color balance. I mean, aside from the obvious fact it’s a motion picture versus a still shot of course. Most movies are shot in a cinematic aspect ratio, using anamorphic lenses – therefore […]
As a part of the exposure triangle, Aperture is one of the three elements that affect exposure. Shutter Speed and ISO are the other two elements and any of these three can make or break a photo. If you are struggling to learn the basics of your camera, then we highly recommend Brent Mail’s introduction […]
Statues and sculpture range broadly from historical figures, modern abstracts in a variety of materials to mass produced replicas of the real thing. Photographing sculptures and statues (we’ll use these interchangeably) is an artist’s view of an another artist’s work. When photographing a sculpture, it can tell a story. It can also be ‘just another […]