Learning the art of converting & creating beautiful Back and White photography takes skill, patience and knowledge…so here’s some help for you. Figure out how it can change the dynamics of a photograph and why you think it should be converted away from color.
Check out the best photography links from the week, you really don’t want to miss these. As always, they’re packed full of awesome stuff!
Portrait Photography doesn’t have to be expensive, especially when you’re starting out. We’ll show how you can achieve great results with minimum fuss! Good Light and a good lens, plus an understanding of them both will get you far…
The Northern Canyons of Arizona are truly stunning and Upper Antelope Canyon is a must visit for ALL photographers. Pack for a light and practical visit and do some homework before you go to ensure you really get the most from your visit!
Check out the best photography links from last week, you really don’t want to miss these-packed full of useful and fascinating stuff! This list of great links will keep you busy for a while, so just relax and have a browse through
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…