Not only is motion in photography fun, it’s also challenging and rewarding too! We’ll show you how simple techniques can produce beautifully crafted images.
Connecting with your audience isn’t exact, just being present and available – they will sense this. Be open to feedback and be a transparent photographer because your audience will instantly pick up on this and engage far more. Even if you’re a pro and often produce stunning work, a side of personality or even vulnerability speaks volumes…
To really take your images that step further, understanding how to create a custom white balance for your photos will do wonders for your photography. It often doesn’t take long to do, but you can really improve not only your understanding of color but speed up your ‘post’ workflow.
If you’re stuck on where you can find models to photograph or simply the way to approach this, check out these great 5 simple tips!
This is truly a one stop shop guide for those photographers thinking of grabbing yourselves a film camera. This choice are some of the better-known brands and cameras to help get you started. Whether you’re a returning film photographer or want to try something completely new!
Shadows, as photographers we think “that’d be a cool shot” but we don’t always do anything about it. Use these shadow selfie ideas to challenge yourself and think outside the box on how the two dimensional can become inspirational!
So, this is the second part in understanding how to take better photos. In this instalment, we cover the technique side of how you can improve your photography. There are so many factors, it can be overwhelming, but consider this second of a two-part guide as a foundation for taking your photography further.
This great resource of juxtaposition examples illustrates where they are commonly used in photography but also how to recognize them too! If you’ve heard the term thrown around a bit but were unsure how to apply it to your photography, look no further.
Photographers! Sadly most of us make these types of common excuses at least once every now and then. But is there a way to overcome these? Sure is.
Understanding dynamic range is the key to realizing how you can properly expose your photos more accurately in-camera, leaving less tidying up afterward! In this article you’ll learn: What it is, how to see it in your camera and how to extend or control it.