One of the wonderful things about working at Light Stalking is that you get to spend a good portion of your days wandering around the Internet looking at the works of some very creative people. Recently, I was lucky enough to stumble across the work of Ronny Overhate on Pixabay and his macro bugs brought an […]
Check out this latest review we have of the awesome Phantom 3. It proves to us that this (relatively) new area of photography is growing in popularity for good reason!
Asking questions is a perfect way to discover more about your passion for photography and also to improve your skills by learning new techniques you may not have been aware of simply because you just “didn’t know”
Following on with the monochrome theme, in this post we’ll look more closely at Black & White Landscape images and how you can improve them!
Photographers come across self-doubt frequently, even the pros! But we must learn to get past this block and really define who we are as creative artists…
Macro & Product Photography is a whole niche in itself where preparation and setup is primary, so learning some budget tips and how-tos will help you get started and pursue this thoroughly enjoyable aspect of photography.
Photograph by Kent DuFault The Photograph (Above), Titled “Honey Champs”, Has Been Highly Regarded Wherever I’ve Shared It Online or in Photography Competitions. I believe that the reason for this is the use of rhythm in the composition. You might say to yourself, “Yeah! Self! There is obviously repetition here, and that’s what everyone likes…” […]
Learning how to compose images using parallels can really enhance your photography skills and teach you to stop and think about your images…
Having a checklist for your gear and everything else is really helpful so that you’re left able to get stuck into the photography, the good stuff!
Practice does make you a better photographer, in fact, a better “anything”. So improving your skills comes fundamentally from utilizing your good habits.