They’re sadly inevitable, photography nightmares are as commonplace as with other professions. Luckily, we’ve got some top tips to ensure you’re ready and waiting…with no scary surprises!
As photographers, our passion for photography is unparalleled. We should take hold of this art form we all love and embrace it, flourish and develop! Keeping this love alive it what makes us explore and move organically, from one style to another, from one set of lenses to another and even to new locations.
It’s now decades since Andy Warhol’s passing, but his legendary status and inspiration is alive in photography toady still, even if we didn’t realize.
We’ve rounded up the most common photography myths for you in this post to ensure you know where you stand when people splurt out random knowledge! Be sure to read this article to fully understand what is real and what is simply just open to interpretation.
It’s a long well-documented debate that will continue. Is photography art? There are two sides to this and of course, it’s subjective. We think it is. Why? Because putting time and effort into creating a well-composed piece of photography requires dedication and patience, much like painting an art piece.
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This week we have another review. It’s comes in the form of a complete portable carry system for all types of photographers – whether you’re out for a hike all day in the mountains or strolling the streets of Rome.
Hasselblad is about to release their new X1D camera, which they describe as “less than half the weight of a conventional digital medium format camera,” and as a “game changer in the world of photography.” Anytime Hasselblad releases anything, the photography community gets very excited so we thought we would take a look at this. […]
Photography Projects are an excellent way to bring out fresh enthusiasm and develop new untapped skills. Learn about how photography “Scavenger Hunts” can get you socializing, taking you out of your comfort zone and just having a ton of fun with other like-minded photographers.