It’s spring again — in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway. Which means it’s around that time of year when people like to start fresh; you change the batteries in your smoke detectors, sweep up those mutated dust bunnies hiding behind the sofa, finally throw out the Christmas leftovers. The usual. Amongst all the unsavory tasks on […]
Author: Jason D. Little
Jason Little is a photographer, author and stock shooter. You can see Jason’s photography on his Website or his Instagram feed.
Too many photography subjects get muddled in argument: this brand vs. that brand; one technique vs. another. Yours vs. mine. Better vs. best. Certainly, one could argue credibly that their current pro level dSLR is better in every way than the point and shoot camera they started out with and no one would even challenge […]
No matter how diligently we plan, regardless of how much effort we put forth, there are simply going to be times when the outcome of whatever we are involved with is going to be the exact opposite of what we wanted. When it comes to photography, however, there’s actually a practical answer to that. Yes, there’s a way to ensure that you get a good exposure every time. It’s called exposure bracketing.
“Create your own visual style…let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others.” — Orson Welles. While the visual style Welles was referring to was probably in the context of his work as a motion picture director, his words bear just as much relevance for photographers. Sooner or later we all will need […]
Most people, especially when starting out in photography, find self-portraits to be a nerve-wracking venture; and some, to be sure, never really get over the disquieting dread that accompanies having to get in front of the camera when they’re so accustomed to being behind it. It’s normal, I guess. We could probably engage in a […]
Unplanned and unposed. This is the essence of street photography, a genre that so often finds would-be practitioners welling up with anxiety over the thought of having to photograph total strangers. Yes, it takes a certain bravado to be a street photographer, but ask anyone who does it and I’m quite sure they will gab […]