Taking photographs in the golden hour will produce some of the best results in photography. This post covers shooting in golden hour from go to whoa.
We often hear the word grunge in photography nowadays even though it was originally coined in the early 90s to describe a music genre. Grunge is in fact a subgenre of alternative rock that emerged in Seattle and nearby towns roughly 30 years ago. Grunge music is dark and ominous and it portrays peculiar emotions […]
Street photography continues to be a compelling topic within the larger photography community. It garners lots of strong opinions and debates — from whether street photography is a “dead” genre to what camera/lens is “best” for street photography. While those subtopics are interesting (in small doses), they are by no means the main ideas street […]
It’s not difficult to find advice about photography, on absolutely any topic that falls — even remotely — under the umbrella of photography. Some of it is good, some is bad, the rest is some mixture of the two. The main problem, as I see it, with purveyors of photography advice isn’t so much whether […]
Here are some simple but invaluable street photography tips and techniques that will have you mastering the craft in no time.
I have noticed that much of the advice that is doled out concerning street photography tends to revolve around technical matters. Set your aperture to f/8, set your shutter speed to 1/250th of a second and set your ISO to auto. After settings are covered, people move right into discussions about gear. The pros and […]