We’ve got six fun photography challenge ideas for you to get started with right away! These challenges will test your skills, ability and patience but they will be so rewarding!
Out of the thousands of photography stories that have been published in the last 24 hours, we have picked out some of the more popular ones so you can stay up to date with the photo world.
These 7 European landscape photography spots are definitely worth placing some consideration on. We hope to inspire you and for you to tell us of any “extras” you’d add to the list!
This week’s photography links as usual, will blow your away. There is SO MUCH high-quality content being put out these days, it’d be a shame to miss it!
Getting your images on Instagram using Lightroom Mobile is a fairly straightforward process and once you have it sync’d, you’ll be glad you did, because streamlining this sort of process really does make a different to how much time we’re on social media versus editing and shooting!
Essentially, learning photography in South Korea meant I was into a new culture with a new camera – experimentation was all there was to it and having some fun! It’s interesting who your meet and strange conversations you have with people you don’t know….
We’re looking at the concept that less is more in photography. It’s true and can be applied to multiple areas of interest in your work. Okay, if we were referring to sports & wildlife, things maybe a little different but check this guide out for some GREAT top tips.
Sony has topped the charts with this one – the world’s fastest SD Card. It delivers read and write speeds of up to 300 MB/sec. Here’s some quick news!
A good question don’t you think? And there’s another. I mean, every craft, discipline, and profession has at least a certain amount knowledge that must be acquired before mastery is eventually achieved. You’ve got to start somewhere – we all do. Genius photographers are rare (do they even exist?) Every person who seeks to excel must acquire […]
William Jackson was one of America’s great landscape photographers from the 19th and 20th Century and through the Civil War. Many of these images are of course, in black and white, however, some have been beautifully converted to color