As a photographer, what do you do when the weather turns bad? Do you give up taking photos when the weather takes a turn for the worse because you feel that you cannot take good shots in bad weather, or do you try to find opportunities to make the most of the situation? If it’s the latter, then […]
It’s a real shame but ever popular “Popular Photography Magazine” has decided to close it’s doors and shut the shop. No more publications will be released as of this Friday, March 10th.
Another interesting day of photography with articles on free lensing, the old Mac Pro for photography, backlighting wide angle environmental portraits and some lenses for micro four thirds cameras. So grab a coffee and get comfortable! Introduction to Free Lensing As photographers, we sometimes get into the mindset that every detail must be perfect. Sometimes, […]
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.
A great lineup of new photography articles and news worth a read today with what photographers can learn from Leonardo da Vinci, how to do product photography at home, how to do “front bokeh” in your portraits and a heap of others. Grab a coffee and find a spot to sit down and enjoy this great collection.
It might be the weekend, but there are still plenty of wonderful photography stories and tuts worth taking a look at. These will keep you busy for you Sunday, but don’t forget to go out and shoot! 10 Tips How to Find Inspiration in Photography and Life Dear friend, Here is how I find inspiration […]
The amazing Toad Hollow collaborates with Lightstalking once again to bring you some fantastic photography links to save YOU having to search the web!
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
We’ll show you some spectacular photography with these images by Tri Setyo Widodo – an Indonesian photographer with a passion for macro and natural beauty.