If you’re a Canon user, you may have recently heard about the fake lens scandal. The short of it is that if you bought a nifty fifty (50mm f/1.8 II) in 2013, there is a decent chance that it is a fake. Basically, they look the same on the outside (almost), but the internal parts […]
Here are some excellent event photography tips and techniques for learning the “ghosting” technique to shooting any type of event.
It’s been a long while since we did a photo collection on Light Stalking and that’s why we decided to put together this collection of wonderful and inspiring winter photographs. Getting out and shooting in the cold isn’t the easiest thing in the world – your gear can struggle and so can your body, but […]
We’ve got some great product photography tips and tricks in store today. Check out the essentials YOU need to be aware of before taking that job for a client.
Using reflectors in portrait photography WILL enable producing better photographs, fact. So check this piece out by understanding how it could work for you!
These early 20th century photographs demonstrate the marvel of how America was back at the turn of last century and even as far back as the 19th Century!
These lighting ideas for portraits will enable you to try and become more familiar with the techniques commonly used and how to think outside the box too! There’s not tried and test rule to lighting – especially internal or indoor lighting.
These outdoor portrait photography examples of redheads by Alexandra Bochkareva will have you really engaged because they’re totally unique and pretty stunning!
This photoshop adjustment layer tutorial will enable you to get a faster, less time-consuming and simpler way of editing in Photoshop whilst still producing some excellent, high-quality images!
Using context in photography is nothing new but yet telling the right story or conveying the right emotions of a photograph are so so important! Let’s look into how you can get thing right on location before you head back for some post processing headaches…