Professional Photography Tips are everywhere! But, these are real, put-into-practice tips that are not only useful but will save your head from splitting. Of course, by this we mean you’ll have a much smoother experience whilst shooting, less stress & worry and just enjoying photography, life’s good.
In order to capture those beautiful autumn pictures in the fall season this year, it just requires some simple forethought, planning & some basic equipment.
Backseat drivers or the armchair photographer, whatever you nickname for them, we have some things to consider and some lessons we can learn too! No need to get bogged down in internet forums or social media, because all is not as it seems with this lot…
Learning how to take pictures of mist and fog is a skill which can be developed with some practice and a little guidance. Improve your mist and fog images here with this fantastic guide! These techniques are for anyone willing to get up and out early and capture the fresh beauty of the outdoors.
We cover how the iPad 4 Mini for photographers, really stands true. Use the iPad mini for quick edits, a portfolio viewer, video monitor, planner & more!
One of the greatest shows in the photography world – Photokina 2016. This year’s been no exception to generating loads of buzz with exciting announcements!
Set loose your creative soul, and start experimenting with the unique opportunities fisheye lenses offer! This guide will teach you the “what, why, how’s” of using these fantastic pieces of gear.
Digital photography requires memory storage for your images, so having a reliable guide to buying an SD card is really important before you go out and buy. Make sure you’ve researched brands, price, types of SD card and retailers – just like with any purchase of camera equipment, do your homework and you can’t go wrong!
As a traveling photographer, weight is often of primary concern (especially with budget airlines these days). So, here’s a laptop-less trip reviewed to see how I got on!
To really take your images that step further, understanding how to create a custom white balance for your photos will do wonders for your photography. It often doesn’t take long to do, but you can really improve not only your understanding of color but speed up your ‘post’ workflow.