We have some great composition tips and tricks for you to learn some of the essentials you need to applying to your photography. Understand framing, lines, symmetry and depth are just some techniques you can use to skyrocket your shooting!
To shoot in black and white you need to do some homework, study some inspiring photographers and learn what makes a good monochrome photo! We know not ALL photographs look good when converted (hint: tonal range)…
In order to understand light, you’ve got to analyze a scene, analyze photographs and learn from how light should be interpreted in a photograph. It’s not easy, but it’s possible to become competent at understanding light and the best part? Your images will be living proof that you understand light – this, you cannot hack your way to an excellent photo!
The landscape photographer’s mindset is one that doesn’t come easy, nor does it come to every photographer! It takes time, practice and then some. Perseverance and dedication are likely the two main characteristics of a landscape photographer. Yes, it’s about skill, it’s about knowledge and technique but without committment, they’re kind of meaningless.
What do you think of when you think about fine art and its subgenre in photography? Does it interest you or turn you right off? Let me tell you this, I was one of those people in the “latter” category – just didn’t interest me. So coming as far as I have to produce a […]
Using reverse image search will enable photographers to access detailed information about their photos based on factors which search engines conveniently find. Not always 100% accurate, but pretty close and an extremely useful, time-saving tool!
Wow, you haven’t actually seen the night sky captured until you’ve checked out the photography work of Finnish artist, Mika Suutari. These images just make you want to grab your wide-angle lens and get outside, tonight.
Using old film lenses on modern cameras is something to be encouraged, especially for the budget conscious, mirrorless shooters & video production.
Here is something that you may, or may not, think about in your photography. I think about it constantly, when I’m creating photographs, and there is a valid reason why. For thirty years, I was a professional commercial photographer. It was different being a commercial photographer, (from what most of you will likely experience), because […]
Let’s keep street photography alive! There’s so much to learn about creating truly great urban art with your camera and sometimes letting go harnesses this point exactly – push some rules out the way, be ready and keep your eyes up.