Here is something that you may, or may not, think about in your photography. I think about it constantly, when I’m creating photographs, and there is a valid reason why. For thirty years, I was a professional commercial photographer. It was different being a commercial photographer, (from what most of you will likely experience), because […]
Let’s keep street photography alive! There’s so much to learn about creating truly great urban art with your camera and sometimes letting go harnesses this point exactly – push some rules out the way, be ready and keep your eyes up.
Putting together a photography portfolio is a great idea for so many reasons! Many of these we’re exploring today and stressing the importance behind them…
Learning how to use your iPhone camera is something which I guess most people with an iPhone know already, but there’s always that trick they didn’t.
These amazing photography links will ensure you’re no longer in a predicament of wondering what to do! Locate some stunning inspiration…right here.
Getting a sharp image is often regarded as one of the more desirable traits of a landscape photograph. And while there are perfectly legitimate reasons that you might like a softer look in some landscape images, getting those tac sharp ones is a skill that every landscape photographer should have in their arsenal. So today […]
There’s a theory that photographers who use social Media are reaching out to a wider audience and benefitting from that from a “paying client” perspective.
The Gottscho-Schleisner Collection is something quite special – see how architectural photographers produced some stunning works in the early 20th Century.
The Sony 100-400mm is rumored to be launching next month along with a brand new camera body too – let’s look at the hype and see what the fuss is about…
When we take photos from a low angle it completely changes the perspective and therefore the overall feel and perception of a photograph – let’s get some tips on how we can apply some simple skills to produce some really alternative work from regular scenes.