There’s No Such Thing as a Correct Exposure

There’s No Such Thing as a Correct Exposure

But, there is such a thing as an incorrect exposure.

 
5 Creative Composition Tips in Photography

5 Creative Composition Tips in Photography

A great photo is a result of a great composition.

 
Slow Shutter Speed Photography

Slow Shutter Speed Photography

Slower shutter speeds can create beautiful, artistic expressions.

 
Bad Weather = Good Light for Photographers

Bad Weather = Good Light for Photographers

All is not lost for the opportunistic and well prepared photographer.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

Why Black & White is a Good Place to Start in Photography

Why Black & White is a Good Place to Start in Photography

Black-and-white photography is the place to start if you’re serious about becoming a better photographer. Go back to the dark ages before digital. Dinosaurs ruled the Earth, and the equivalent of Adobe Lightroom was a small piece of card on the end of a wire. The first thing beginner photographers would learn is to shoot, […]

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Lens Choice and Depth of Field as a Creative Photography Tool

Lens Choice and Depth of Field as a Creative Photography Tool

JP Morgan goes back to the basics of depth of field to show how you can use shallow versus scenic Depth of Field to become more creative with your images. In the video JP is on location at Vasquez Rocks in California doing a fashion shoot. The model looks stunning in a red dress, contrasting […]

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Extreme Photography: Climbing the World’s Tallest Building

Extreme Photography: Climbing the World’s Tallest Building

One early morning, one world landmark, and one brave photographer make for one epic photo shoot. Joe McNally recently climbed the world’s tallest building, the¬†Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai, in an extreme quest for unusual and unique photographic perspectives: After taking an elevator to “level 160,” the last concrete platform on the building, McNally tested […]

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What Does Practice Mean When It Comes to Photography?

What Does Practice Mean When It Comes to Photography?

In sports—or almost anything else—one learns there is a period of practice or apprenticeship, a time of learning. I’ve said before that one needs to take lots of pictures as part of the learning process. But like anything else, try to do the ‘practice’ part correctly. If someone were to drill scales on the piano […]

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Incredible Hyperlapse Photography of a Graffiti Artist at Work

Incredible Hyperlapse Photography of a Graffiti Artist at Work

Sure you’ve seen plenty of timelapses and hyperlapses. Those commonly made include the change in weather and light over the city skyline, or a building being constructed over several months. But I’ll bet you’ve never seen a timelapse like this. This video documents a graffiti artist as he paints and creates works or art in […]

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Creative Light Painting Photography Examples

Creative Light Painting Photography Examples

In this video from Brady Bigalike of Noble Light Productions, we revisit the topic of light painting – a technique where the photographer uses light sources such as flashlights, LEDs, flames, and any other illuminating device to paint an image onto an exposing photograph. Sometimes these paintings are done entirely in this fashion, with light […]

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