To my mind, Ansel Adams‘ “The Tetons and the Snake River” is the most iconic landscape photograph ever taken and also has a pretty good claim to being the best photograph ever taken. Agree? What’s yours? Let us know in the comments. It is also certainly the most famous photographic example of the compositional guideline […]
As photographers, we are always looking for creative ideas to try and expand our photography skills. It could be trying out a photography genre you’ve never attempted before or starting a personal project centered around a certain theme. If you’ve been looking for photographic ideas and inspiration, we have put together a list of free […]
For some photographers, working in black and white is easy — it’s as if they see in black and white, or in shades of gray. For others, color is king. For these individuals, it’s more than just getting their colors to look good in the final image, it’s about using color in the most effective […]
Now that most people don’t bother printing their photographs, the aspect ratio is not something that’s really discussed very often. However, an understanding of Aspect Ratios can help you not only with the composition of your photographs, but especially with your printing, and especially if you’re having your work printed in a professional laboratory. Let’s […]
A guide to using the rule of thirds to compose beautiful photographs before you even get to the darkroom.
Color is fundamental to composition in photography, and before anyone screams at me about black and white, it’s actually fundamental to that too. Color can contrast, compliment and enhance our images depending on the way we use it. But how do we know which colors work together? Are there color combinations we should avoid? Today […]