In the past, we’ve talked extensively about portrait photography and what you can do to improve your photos. Now, it’s time again for a couple of simple tips from Mark Wallace, who explains a simple way you can add some punch to your portraits: I’m a big fan of simple solutions that bring a huge […]
Beginner Tips for Shooting Action Photography
The most important factors to keep in mind are pre-focusing and timing.
Photography Tips & Tutorials
Have you ever compared your own photographs to those of a more advanced photographer and wondered how they get their images so sharp? I mean, just look at them! Everything in their photographs is so sharp, so crisp! How the hell do they do it? When I first started out with photography these were things […]
The ISO function on your camera controls the sensitivity of the sensor to light. It comes in handy in a number of situations, especially when shooting in low light and when shooting action photos. But ISO has far greater applicability. In this video, Tony Northrup explains both the basics and the advanced theories behind ISO: […]
Next time you’re headed out on vacation, don’t forget to pack the most important thing. No not your camera, the other important thing—your dinosaurs! You read that right. Here’s what Jorge Saenz captured with his toy dinosaurs while he traveled: That does give me some ideas to experiment with. Now, where are my daughter’s stuffed toys?
Many handy Photoshop tools are either overlooked, misunderstood, or simply unknown, often because they lie tucked away as part of a larger palette or dialog box. The ‘Blend If’ slider is just one of those tools—incredibly easy to use and particularly helpful if you have dodge and burn as part of your workflow. Whether you’re […]
Have you ever been in the position where your shutter finger is just itching to take some photos? You look outside and the weather is overcast and the sun is nowhere to be found. Take heart; you don’t always need the sun. Here’s why. I was always lead to believe that if there was no […]