The concept of minimalist photography has been around quite some time – actually since way back in the 20th Century, but today it’s still as popular as ever! Why? Perhaps our desire for constant social media updates and blog feeds has meant we’re submerged with a saturation of images, flooding our minds with ideas and lust. We need to get back to basics, strip it down and create some powerful photography.
When you look at your photographs, do you feel that they lack punch and don’t pop enough? A lot of us do. The photographs that come straight out of the camera are often quite dull and require additional steps to make them look compelling. These steps can range from changing the default picture settings on […]
Lino Manfrotto passed away on Sunday, February 5th aged 80 years. The former photojournalist from Vicenza was most well known for his role in founding the famous Manfrotto brand of tripods. Manfrotto noticed in the 60s that high quality camera and light supports were rare in the market and so began manufacturing his own designs […]
In this guide: lightroom collections explained, you’ll understand just how powerful and efficient the use of Collections are to your workflow in Lightroom! Understand why you should use them and how to get the most out of collections to massively improve your Lightroom processing routine.
Here are 10 quick photography tips for birthday parties that you can use and take with you to your next party – excellent ideas to add some dynamics to your next gig! Whether it’s a birthday, or any other kind of celebration, there are some great takeaways here for everyone.
This article will provide an introduction to HDR photography so that you’re able to see what’s involved before trying it out yourself! Understand what an HDR image is, why they’re produced and favored by so many photographers and how it can really train your eye when post processing your regular exposures.
Whether you’re doing things right or feel every other photo you take is a throw-away, these signs of a poor photograph will help you understand where you’re going wrong and how you can turn it around.
It’s a common problem, shooting in low light without a tripod but it doesn’t mean your photos should suck. In fact, it means you can think outside the box for a change and rely on awesome photography with even less gear. Check out this guide to find out more.
These three mistakes beginner photographers make are just some of the areas people new to the art can improve on without too much reliance on “trial and error.” This means beginners can instill some basic fundamental knowledge before they go out practicing with their camera. Don’t forget, nothing beats just getting out there!
Getting into shooting macro food pictures is a fantastic genre of photography to explore. Macro photography is so broad and this single area is for true foodies or photographers who love colors and textures, a bit like flowers.