Our friends at Toad Hollow Photography bring another great bunch of photography links to sit back and enjoy. Take your time over these and indulge…
Tablet computers are becoming the norm as a buddy for traveling photographers and this latest review of photopills for iPad Mini is surely one to become a favorite!
Understanding foreground interest in street photography is a fundamental key to composition and drawing the viewer’s attention and eyes where you want them. In Street Photography, so much is about telling a story – even if it appears obvious, you still need to be understood.
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.
Germany is a diverse and historical culture hub in Europe, what better than a photographer’s guide to Dresden for some foreign inspiration! Have a read and see if you fancy a challenge to bring the beauty that lies in this city.
As photographers, we love to be praised. It’s our artistic nature that craves recognition for our own imagination. Fortunately, in this world of digital imaging and social media, we can get it. Get it in abundance. Post a picture to your Facebook timeline and within minutes one of your peers will be praising it to […]
Building and promoting your photography business with Facebook is probably THE first place to begin on social media. It’s extremely versatile and popular! Understand how to spread the word of your business, engage with your audience and people will start sharing and interacting quicker than you think.
A part of taking your street photography to the next level is by learning how to isolate a subject effectively for maximum impact! This article with gather various techniques and show you how to achieve the results from the street that you’re after.
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.
It’s now decades since Andy Warhol’s passing, but his legendary status and inspiration is alive in photography toady still, even if we didn’t realize.