How To Share Awesome Images On Social Media!

Twitter image posting

We all love to upload our images to social media. Be it to show our professional work, get critique from our peers or just to show our friends and family our latest shots, between us, we upload tens of millions of images per day to social media sites. As photographers, of course, we strive to […]

6 Tips That Will Improve Your Portraiture!


Portrait Photography. Even if you’ve been photographing portraits for years, you’ll never stop learning new things, new techniques, and just try to improve generally. Of course, it’s something you should aspire to as much as possible. The elements you have to work with are always the same, however, the combinations you can use are pretty much […]

4 Steps to Photographing Statues and Sculptures


Statues and sculpture range broadly from historical figures, modern abstracts in a variety of materials to mass produced replicas of the real thing. Photographing sculptures and statues (we’ll use these interchangeably) is an artist’s view of an another artist’s work. When photographing a sculpture, it can tell a story. It can also be ‘just another […]

What Can Billiards Teach You About Light & Photography?


Light is malleable. Have you ever thought about that- that you could work light like a ball of clay? It’s true. Light has 5 distinct characteristics that should be of interest to any photographer, and one undeniable truth that every photographer should know and understand. However, many don’t. Hopefully, by the time you’re done reading […]

Learn To Capture Action Now


As you might have heard, Nikon just updated it’s crop sensor flagship camera, the D500, boasting 10 frames per second and a very good focusing system. Less than a year ago Canon did the same with the 7D mark II, 10 frames per second and an excellent focusing system (which is a tad discriminating towards […]

10 Minutes To Understand YOUR Camera Modes

Your camera modes

The four modes most of us use all the time are the standard exposure modes, known as PASM, Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual. Beyond these, and often grouped onto the main program dial with PASM there will be a number of “specialist modes”. These modes will preset the camera for shooting in certain […]

These 4 Easy DIY Photography Hacks Actually Work


Let’s face it, photography is an equipment intensive hobby. For photographers just getting started in the craft, it can be difficult to justify dropping some cash on gear you’re not sure you will even end up using. In other instances, you may find yourself in need of a certain piece of gear, like a tripod, […]