We have all heard the advice to practice! Practice photography and you will get better at it. Duh! That ain’t news to anyone and I find it a bit annoying when I hear it to be honest. The problem with photography isn’t practicing, it’s knowing what to practice. Left to my own devices, I fall […]
What we have tried to do is to collate and organise a series of our most popular tutorials into an easy-to-follow and understand ebook that will get you out of beginning mode in photography composition.
There is a weird paradox in good photography. You can spend years becoming a technically proficient photographer. Decades even. The photos you produce improve. Perhaps you even start getting good feedback from professionals or winning a few photo club competitions. Highly Commended. 3rd Place. Etc. It’s a nice feeling. But here’s the thing that’s weird. […]
One of the absolute joys of photography is learning while doing. Books are great, but picking up that camera and getting out for a shoot – well, that’s what every photographer actually wants to be doing. And, for many of us, it’s also the absolute best way to learn. When you apply knowledge in a practical […]
One of the difficult things I find about self-learning a topic is that it is often difficult to progress from one lesson to the next in a logical manner – especially when you don’t know enough of the topic to have a broad, generalized overview of it. And especially when you’re trying to learn by […]
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that phone photography is really taking over the whole industry. That spells opportunity for any smart photographer. Opportunity to grow. Opportunity to get better. Opportunity to master a new tool. And while blogs like this one and other will give you a solid handle on the […]