Understand the importance of what investing your money more into lenses than camera bodies, to help you develop better photography skills and images.
Photography Projects are an excellent way to bring out fresh enthusiasm and develop new untapped skills. Learn about how photography “Scavenger Hunts” can get you socializing, taking you out of your comfort zone and just having a ton of fun with other like-minded photographers.
The photography industry has come a long way over the last 50 years but sadly some brands have faded with new trends and ceased trading altogether. Let’s explore some more about why iconic brands have collapsed and which ones have completely diversified their business.
Turning the corner of enthusiast to professional Photographer is one that should be approached with detail and understanding exactly what that means. There’s a great deal at stake when making good first impressions, so ensure you’ve got your checklist down to an art.
Although Lens Flare tends to happen in “inadequate exposures” in the camera’s mind, it can be used to create beautiful images with stunning emotion. We’ll show you how to use it and understand it.
In our latest Software Review, we look at ACDSee’s Ultimate 9 image editing software and put it through it’s paces, primarily comparing with Lightroom. Included are the pros, the cons and everything in between!
Using custom settings can truly streamline your photography, especially where you have the need for various modes in quick succession. Your camera will no doubt have a multitude of options for you to choose from, and having some options available could really help you out.
Long Exposure photography is immensely satisfying and for good reason. Get it right and you’re be hooked! This guide’s all about wetting your appetite for it so that you’re not put off by the equipment you need. And it’s not all about silky water…
If it’s raining, photography lives on. Some great tips here to ensure you get the best from shooting outdoors in overcast (and/or wet) conditions. Sometimes bad weather creates opportunity for some highly creative shooting and when the storm has past, little gems can pop up when you least expect them too.
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!