Your camera’s auto modes will ensure you have a fantastic place to start digital photography. However, at some point, you need to take the ropes yourself and learn how to tweak settings to achieve the results you want!
Even our “weird ways” as photographers can be translated to non-photographers as good photography habits. Well, I think so – so let’s looks at these five!? If you’re a photographer, you’ll understand. If you’re not a photographer, you’ll understand…eventually.
Some of the best cities for some awesome street photography! Check out this top 10 list – it’s like no other you’ll find online. Been to any? Let us know…
Want to know insider tips and tricks on how to do stock photography? Look no further. Seriously, we’ve got it ALL covered here, including…yep, everything!
The mirrorless vs DSLR debate is overcooked. So we’re taking a slightly different angle and looking at the state of the market now and where each sits
The thought of your computer just dying on you is a horror story in itself! Get yourself in check by backing up everything with Backblaze Online Backup…Never lose a file again, have ALL your files and photographs in one safe & secure location.
On Lightstalking we have a brand new lightroom cc tutorial, where Adobe have done their magic and updated LR in the Creative Cloud. Learn more here about what’s new with the Guide Upright Tool.
It’s no wonder Western Ukraine tops my list of best places to visit in Eastern Europe…especially as a professional photographer! Learn more about my trip, the sites, the scenery and the serenity of the beautiful country of Ukraine.
We all want to learn how to get better at photography and it doesn’t necessarily involve shooting photographs all day long. There’s so much more to photography than this and we must take our creative influences from externally observing the world around us.
Find out what we mean, here!
Using a quadcopter for aerial photography has never been more accessible. Here we’ll look into the immense capabilities of what a drone is capable of! Not only this, we’ll cover all of the cross-over techniques you’re already aware of (or learning) as a regular photographer.