These stunning portraits of foxes by Roeselien Raimond are just to die for. They’re elegant, intimate & capture the natural beauty of these wild creatures! Let’s look into her thinking behind these shots.
There are various ways to use color to really make your photographs pop right out. These techniques will enable you to understand what tools to use and why.
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Understanding how a photograph is made shows real appreciation for the art of Photography. Enabling you to understand actually “how” your camera works too. And when you understand how your camera works, it will make you more proficient with concepts such as: Light, Exposure, ISO etc.
When your photography career depends on creating a consistent and sustainable level of income, you’ve got to understand some basics, so let’s help you out! These 5 tips will get you started on some ideas you may have and want to build on or just to explore new avenues.
Modern day DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras come with a set of focusing tools. It’s good to understand how each works and which would suit your style of photography. Learning how to manually focus your camera is going to be what using a prime over a zoom is regarding composition, in terms of experience and skill before going forth!
When looking back at dusty old photos, we can’t help but wonder what it would look like in color? This web app will enable you to colorize photos instantly with some results you might well be pleasantly surprised with.
How do you get intimate photographs without social skills? Simply put, you don’t unless you’re using a bazooka of a super-zoom lens, defeating the object. Why? Because it’s about socializing, getting in tune with people, understanding emotions, feelings, culture and just capturing those moments seamlessly.
A guide providing some really insightful tips on securing that dream photography job. It’s about tactics, luck, patience + more, ultimately it’s about YOU. Get to know who you are as a photographer, what your ambitions are and why you’re contacting these potential clients.
Photographer’s Block. Sounds like something evil standing in your way, doesn’t it? Well, we’re going to show you how to smash through it and bring out that creative soul in you that fell in love with photography in te first place.