If you’re not an absolute beginner in photography, you’ve probably heard about low pass or anti-aliasing filters. This type of optical filter is also known as anti-aliasing or blur filter and it was designed by camera manufacturers to eliminate the problem of moiré (wavy patterns with repetitive details that exceed sensor resolution.) Moiré patterns appear […]
It’s been an interesting year, 2020. One that most of us are unlikely to forget. Life’s more pressing problems put photography on the back burner for many. Restrictions, lockdowns, and social distancing meant many of us could not practice photography in the ways we used to. There is more hope in the air for 2021. […]
For many years in photography, lens flare was actively avoided by photographers. Flare, which is basically light scattered within the lens due to unplanned reflection and lens impurities, was considered as something that ruined a photograph. Equipment like lens hoods were invented to help prevent it. But times change and so do fashions. You don’t […]
Blue hour after sunset is one of the most beautiful times to photograph the hustle and bustle of city life and this provides opportunities for photographers to create stunning light trail photographs. Here are some tips on how to photograph light trails in the blue hour for stunning shots.
Here is a guide to help you understand depth of field in detail, so you can apply it in your photography to create better images.
Although we have all photographed intentional motion blur in the form of light painting, panning, etc., have you thought about blurring people in photography to create dreamy images, feeling of chaos, busy life, speed, movement or even the feeling of being abstract and mysterious? In this article we will look at how to blur people in a frame to make some creative images that will make people stop and stare!