This first part of learning to take better photos, is understanding optics in photography. Applying your knowledge here will be a lifelong credit to you! When you understand these simple principles, you can enhance your photography by avoiding mistakes or unnecessary complications when shooting.
Adobe’s Lightroom is a fantastic photo organizer and overall image editing tool. It’s kind of a powerhouse of software for photographers! These seven tips will ensure you are utilizing it to the best you can to enhance your workflow, improve organization and enjoy your post sessions even more.
All photographers can benefit from referencing an art book or two. That’s why we’ve got this article for you readers, to appreciate the correlation between what we can learn from art to improve our photography!
Understanding lens focal length is a tricky subject for beginners, don’t worry – we’ve got this all explained for you with some great examples. It’s all a learning curve and once you understand and appreciate the essentials, it will improve your photography and enable you to show others who are curious!
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.
It’s no wonder that Adobe Lightroom is a no.1 software tool for photographers. With this guide, you can learn how to use it in conjunction with presets to allow you to be super creative with your editing whilst learning many typical tools photographers use!
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.