Wildlife photography is one of the most rewarding and the same time a bit challenging genre of photography. There is a lot that goes into capturing the best wildlife photographs and it comes with constant research and learning about wild animals and practicing capturing their photographs in the wild. If you are getting started with wildlife photography and are struggling with capturing some good photographs, then these quick beginner tips will help you capture some stunning wildlife photographs.
Using an iPhone or other smartphones for street photography come with their own challenges, but there are some reasons why smartphones can be great for street photography. Here are 20 reasons why an iPhone can be a great tool for street photography and these reasons apply to any smartphone that you have in hand.
Portrait photography is a genre that captures the personality of a person or a group of people where the main focus is the face and its expressions. Like humans, animals also have their own personalities and unique expressions. As a result a lot of photographers try to capture their images up close to portray their characteristics. Here are 21 portraits of wildlife that captures their personality.
Shadows play a very important role in photography and using them effectively is based on the photographer’s creative vision. Here are 7 tutorials that will inspire you to embrace shadows in photography.
Lichens make great subjects for macro photography because of their interesting patterns and colours, but are often overlooked or even go unnoticed by most photographers. Lichens can be found everywhere from warm and wet tropical forests to frozen or dry deserts and grow on undisturbed surfaces of wood, rocks, peat, barks, etc., and are a key species in many ecosystems. Look for rock surfaces, branches, walls, fences, barks, grounds, etc. for lichen growth as they can be found anywhere there is moisture or other water features. Here are 21 photographs of lichen that will inspire you to appreciate and photograph tiny organisms.
Astrophotography does not require expensive gear and the techniques and settings involved are quite straightforward if you understand the concept behind it. In this article, we will take a look at some of the best gear for astrophotography. We will discuss the gear that you must have and then go into optional gear that will help you improve your night sky astrophotography.