There are various ways to use color to really make your photographs pop right out. These techniques will enable you to understand what tools to use and why.
Understanding how a photograph is made shows real appreciation for the art of Photography. Enabling you to understand actually “how” your camera works too. And when you understand how your camera works, it will make you more proficient with concepts such as: Light, Exposure, ISO etc.
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!
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.
The discussion about High-Res images will continue forever in digital photography. But WHY we need to understand it is a different story altogether. This article will follow you down the path of distinguishing the need for high-res and low-res images in today’s digital world.
Photography Storytelling is a skill when can be learned with practice and reaction to constructive critique. It takes patience but is very rewarding too! Let’s look at how using your daily life can drastically improve your skills whilst learning new ones too.
Working on set, behind the scenes requires skill but more so it requires tactical photography and capturing moments, being a ghost and getting the job done. These five tips will get you on your way to having a better understanding of what you need to know.
It’s time photographers, that we understood some of the fundamental biology behind the workings of the human vision and how it relates to photography – they’re both so closely linked and rely on one another (to a great extent), so it makes sense that explore
Knowledge of Color Space and Depth can really help you understand the technicalities behind Adobe’s RGB and sRGB and also what “bits” mean to your photography. Learn what you need to worry about and what might just be less than important, for your post production.
Reflectors are amazingly cost-effective ways at producing the light onto your subject how you want. Learn this first stage of using them properly before we bring you the second article on this topic!