The Easy Way to Get Rid of Red Eye

I think everyone has seen the dreaded red-eye in photos, mostly effecting those with light eyes and animals.  The red eye effect is caused when the camera’s flash is very close to the camera lens, most commonly seen with point and shoot cameras, this effect is purely a photographic one and never occurs under normal […]

Win a Bokeh Masters Kit

Competition Closed! Winners: Gabriel with 166 Votes, Sarah with 221 Votes and Bronwyn with 345 Votes and Knitting Satori won the Twitter section! Congratulations to the winners! We haven’t had a competition for a while! Well, now we’ve decided to remedy that and Udi from Bokeh Master Kit has come to the rescue with some […]

13 Cool Photos of Bees

The humble bee is one of natures most needed and possibly most annoying bugs of the summer. For those brave enough to spend some time waiting around for them to show up they can truly be fascinating to photograph.  Enjoy this collection of 13 cool shots of bees. Photo by ViaMoi Photo by Antonio Machado […]

24 Exhilarating Photos of Aircraft

For centuries man has looked to the sky, and only within the last hundred or so years have we been able to sustain flight. Progression in technology has advanced, and yielded one of the most fun sports to photograph for enthusiasts. Here are 26 exhilarating photos of aircraft for you to enjoy. Photo by matt.hintsa […]

15 Atmospheric Low Key Photos

According to the Wikipedia definition of Low-key lighting is, accentuates the contours of an object by throwing areas into shade while a fill light or reflector may illuminate the shadow areas to control contrast. The relative strength of key-to-fill, known as the lighting ratio, can be measured using a light meter. Low key lighting has […]

17 Excellent Examples of Narrow Depth of Field

When I first started to take photography seriously over 10 years ago, mastering depth of field was high on my priority list.  Shooting with a narrow depth of field involves setting your camera lens to the widest possible setting and then focusing on one particular part of the frame.  The stark contrast between in and […]