There is a huge difference between shooting in natural light and shooting in a studio because, in a studio, one has full control over lighting. Although it is not always easy to achieve the lighting you are looking for, you can experiment and change the way the lights are set up until you get the desired results. Here are some tips on setting up high key lighting!
Now that you’ve captured some beautiful landscapes (hopefully in RAW format for optimal versatility in editing), it’s time to bring them into your post-production software of choice and make some improvements. Confused on where to start? Below is a detailed, but certainly not exclusive, list of popular editing techniques for landscape photography. Now while the […]
Your images are often scattered across multiple destinations and in multiple formats. So how do we go about archiving those images? Here are 4 tips for you to consider when looking at your archiving strategy
Urban exploration, also known as urbex, is a popular subcategory of architectural photography and it features various kinds of ruins and urban decay. Here are 5 tips to getting started with urbex.
We all love the beach, but getting a decent photograph from your beach excursion can be a little tricky. Here are a few quick beach photography tips that should help you improve your results. Visiting the beach can be one of many reasons – for a sun bath, a slow walk to get some air, […]
Stock photography is a popular genre because it offers the possibility of earning more money. To attract clients to your work, you need to look at the world from a designer’s point of view. At the same time, you can use stock photography techniques to improve your own work and learn about new photography genres. […]