For many years in photography, lens flare was actively avoided by photographers. Flare, which is basically a light scattered within the lens due to unplanned reflection and lens impurities, was considered something that ruined a photograph. Equipment like lens hoods was invented to help prevent it. But times change and so do fashions. You don’t […]
One of the many ways to improve one’s photography skills and to keep the passion going and growing, is to have frequent projects, even if you are a professional photographer. Having projects will also help the photographer grow, get them out of their comfort zone and experiment with new techniques.
Photography is a creative career or hobby where the photographer keeps learning new things every day, be it the settings, creative controls, compositions, new photography styles and so on. When someone first starts out in photography, they may be confused as to how or where to start. Here are some fundamental concepts beginners should know in photography, so their photography journey becomes less confusing and stressful.
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
Bokeh is a term in photography that you must have heard many times. To put it simply, bokeh is the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in out-of-focus parts of an image. Photographers, especially portraitists, often look for lenses that produce amazing bokeh to add visual appeal to their photos. Bokeh is often as important as the […]
The newest mirrorless cameras have a great balance between high-end image quality and physical practicality, which makes them ideal for underwater shoots. Here are some things you should know when photographing underwater using your mirrorless camera.