Patience in photography is something we should be aiming for. For some of us, it does not come easily and sometimes it might not be appropriate, shooting sports for example. However, train patience into your photography and you will be able to call on it when needed.
The photography world is full of great ideas, innovations and tricks to make things happen when your budget is low. Even though I preach differently these days, I used to be thrilled by gear and gadgets.
If you’re someone who enjoys working with a wide angle lens but haven’t been happy with the results you’ve been getting, or if you’re interested in getting started with wide angle photography but feel you’d benefit from a little background information, the following primer will assist you in getting to know and making the most of wider focal lengths.
When you hear the word “photography” it’s usually associated with the process of taking a single picture. For most of the non-photographer world that is all they want to know about it, and that’s completely fine. Us photographers on the other hand, are a curious bunch (at least I hope you are as much as me) […]
Of course, it’s best if you get everything right in camera first time: light, color, pose, everything – however, it’s not always going to swing your way! So, plan your shoots accordingly if you can in order to avoid heavy repairs in post production, since you never know how they will turn out.
Whenever you are preparing for a photoshoot, a key factor is being familiar the location and the conditions in which you will be photographing. Whether it is a model or a landscape, location scouting is an essential part of the photographic process. Except if you stumble upon a good scene and have the resources to utilize […]
Street photography is important. Such as brief assertion may ring hollow at first, but with a bit of careful consideration I think you will find that the brevity of the statement belies its true depth.
When you are starting to get into taking photos, there can be nothing more boring that reading and learning the theory behind it. Let’s try to skip that.
Visual perception, or the ability that allows you to observe a certain situation, is shaped and molded by you and your experiences in your surroundings. The way you see things, observe, take note of details and so forth defines your visual perception and how detail oriented you are. Let us take a neurosurgeon for example: […]
When you start to get into landscape photography, you come to realise that Ansel Adams was correct when he said it is the ultimate test and often the ultimate disappointment. Getting a landscape shot that you are 100% happy with is extremely challenging.