We all know that photography is all about the light. But not just the shape of the light, but the amount of it as well. Most of us photographers strive for faster and faster lens, mostly in order to have cleaner images. Faster lens also means more bokeh. And I don’t know a portrait photographer […]
Too Cold Outside for Photography? Think Again
Many photographers run for cover when the outside air temperature dips.
10 Habits of Successful Photographers
It takes more than owning a camera to become a real photographer.
Photography Tips & Tutorials
I was asked the other day how someone who has started photography with a great new camera can begin learning how to take great images and become a better photographer. This is a question that pops up everywhere in forums and discussion groups across the internet. It’s probably the reason you have arrived here at […]
Renowned HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff along with his company has created many photography tutorial courses designed to help photographers excel in certain key areas. If you are looking for more help in any of these areas, now is a good time to check them out: 1. Trey Ratcliff’s Complete HDR Tutorial – at 35% off Trey demonstrates, step-by-step, […]
Want to add a little punch to your photos? Try shooting in infrared to get oversaturated, dream-like images that really draw the viewer in. Check out this video of Danish photographer Esben Zollner Olesen, an IR photography god who specializes in infrared sports photography portraits: There are two options when it comes to shooting infrared. You […]
It’s no secret that traditional agriculture has long been dying out in the United States, replaced by factory farms and microwave dinners. The Great American Frontier is disappearing, and that’s why Tyler Stableford‘s photography project on farmers and ranchers in western Colorado is so important: “The Farmers” started out as a simple vision for a fine art […]
As a Staffordshire based wedding photographer I look at a lot of wedding photography and it’s can be very hard to see something you love and not want to replicate the image in your next wedding. However, I don’t think that is the right way to approach shooting the day. Everyday is different and each […]