How To Use Exposure For Creative Photography

In photography, we are always aiming for or are advised to capture images with perfect exposure, but did you know that you can break this rule and capture creative images? Depending on the scene and the subject you are photographing, you can deliberately underexpose or overexpose or expose in other creative ways to portray the image that you have in mind. In this article, we will look at how to use exposure for creative photography.

How To Photograph Through Glass

Shooting through glass can be done to creatively compose a frame and capture photos or when you are caught in a situation like a skydeck, an aquarium, a zoo, an airplane or shoot a street scene from inside a building or cafe, where you have to shoot through glass. When shooting through glass, you may come across a lot of challenges like haze, glare, blur, reflections, and so on in the images. There are some tricks and techniques that you can follow in order to get rid of these issues. 
In this article, we will look at how to photograph through glass and discuss the various tricks and techniques that can be used to get a neat image.

How To Use Intentional Camera Movement For Creative Photography

Creative and trick photography go hand in hand and it is something that can feel unreal, creating a kind of illusion in the viewer. This is not difficult at all and in fact, if you know how to use the camera and play with the shutter speed and specific camera movements, there are a lot of creative images that you can capture. These are special methods that you would not otherwise use in your day to day photography.
There are many types of photography that use special methods and one of those is Intentional Camera Movement Photography. In this article, we will look at how to use intentional camera movement for creative photography

Freelensing Or Lens Whacking: How To Use It For Creative Photography

Freelensing technique is also called lens whacking and this technique can be used to also create tilt shift effect and hence this also has another name called poor man’s tilt shift lens. When freelensing, the plane of focus is no longer parallel to the image sensor of the camera but is tilted depending on how the lens is being tilted. In this article, we will look at how to use freelensing techniques for creative photography.

8 Tutorials For Trick Photography

Trick photography is a genre where the photographer can use special effects, techniques, tricks when capturing the photograph and making them look like they were manipulated, while they are not. All you need is a good understanding of exposure, how the camera works, use some tricks, techniques and creativity to capture photographs that stand out. Here are 8 useful tutorials that will help you to improve your skills in trick photography.