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.
Another great roundup of our favorite photography links by the awesome Toad Hollow Photography! Grab a private moment and enjoy the splendor unravel.
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 a long well-documented debate that will continue. Is photography art? There are two sides to this and of course, it’s subjective. We think it is. Why? Because putting time and effort into creating a well-composed piece of photography requires dedication and patience, much like painting an art piece.
Understanding how ISO works is one thing, but do you always use it right? Auto ISO is there to ensure you’re photography is constantly improving by concentrating on other aspects like Aperture & Shutter Speed. This doesn’t mean neglecting manual ISO, but rather improving your knowledge and skill so that you’re confident to use it like a pro!
Even professional photographers make mistakes, sometimes albeit unintentional. The reasons behind these can be down to excitement or complacency – both opposites of the other! Let’s look more into this odd phenomenon.
Taking snapshots is something all photographers should do to let their hair down (and their chunky DSLR too). Relaxation and spontaneity go hand in hand here and learning how to just chill and not get so caught up in essential composition and light rules is an important step to improving your photography.
Photoshop has a charming history behind its origins and we can learn just how far this iconic piece of photographic software has come from the late 80’s. So here’s some things you may not know about how it all began. Enjoy.
Relax, Your Favorite Photography Links Are Right Here. Grab a coffee and enjoy…
Nowadays, using an iPhone (or any smartphone) app as a primary photography tool is becoming the norm – plus, it’s always with you, right? Therefore, there’s no excuse of feeling disappointed you left your camera back home. With new and powerful apps out there right now, get started and see where your iPhoneography will take you.