In order to understand light, you’ve got to analyze a scene, analyze photographs and learn from how light should be interpreted in a photograph. It’s not easy, but it’s possible to become competent at understanding light and the best part? Your images will be living proof that you understand light – this, you cannot hack your way to an excellent photo!
What do you think of when you think about fine art and its subgenre in photography? Does it interest you or turn you right off? Let me tell you this, I was one of those people in the “latter” category – just didn’t interest me. So coming as far as I have to produce a […]
Photographing street markets can be loads of fun and enticing. It shows you a whole new world behind the lens, and that’s exactly how you want it to come across – show people the real daily culture.
There’s a fear around shooting at High ISO – let’s take a look at how we can embrace it and produce high-quality images by pushing the boundaries of our digital cameras!
Sometimes we need to push the limits of our histogram and realize that it’s not ALWAYS good sticking to the photography rule book for the “perfect” exposure
When you compose a frame to shoot a photograph, you are utilizing a vision that is uniquely yours in the way you see the world and how you want it shown in the photo. This makes composition a very subjective aspect of a photo: the first choice being what subject to choose to photograph and […]
We’ve got six fun photography challenge ideas for you to get started with right away! These challenges will test your skills, ability and patience but they will be so rewarding!
We’re looking at the concept that less is more in photography. It’s true and can be applied to multiple areas of interest in your work. Okay, if we were referring to sports & wildlife, things maybe a little different but check this guide out for some GREAT top tips.
Learn the basics of how to take amazing group photos. This guide will give you a starting point for when you’re at that next function and need a few tips!
Finding a different perspective in your photography WILL improve your photos, no exceptions. It means you’re transforming your skills continuously because you can start applying these fantastic tips right from stepping out your front door…TODAY.