There’s a lot to learn when you first get a DSLR. The first things you need to know is how to get out of auto mode and start using your camera’s manual function. This tutorial will show you the 15 things you need to know when starting out: The 15 Things You Should Know: Shooting [...]
HDR Photography: How To Do It And Why
Achieve a perfectly exposed sky AND a perfectly exposed ground!
5 Simple Tips for Better People Pictures
Here are a few things to think about the next time you take a picture of someone.
Photography Rules Are Made to Be Broken (Sometimes)
Creative photography is a mix of many ingredients; art and technology, individual flair...
Photography Tips & Tutorials
Those new to the idea can be taken by surprise and even feel a little uncomfortable at the prospect of running a photography business. Their photography is now a product that needs to be sold. However, no one can run a successful photography studio in the long term if they persist with the idea of being [...]
Photography has conquered new grounds and has seen its popularity grow by leaps and bounds with innovation in the field of camera electronics, expression styles, medium of sharing one’s work with the world and of-course with the help of new age editing software and techniques. Digital photography has swamped this creative discipline but the art of Analog [...]
One of the most frustrating experiences for a photographer is to get home from a photo trip with some great images only to find that some of the images are not sharp. To help solve this problem, this article covers seven things that a photographer can do to create really sharp images. Tripod When it [...]
If you’ve spent time shooting people or products inside a studio then, chances are, you’ve shot a white background before. In this video, photographer Mark Wallace discusses a common pitfall of shooting subjects against a white background — lighting the background insufficiently so it appears gray instead of white. He offers a couple of solutions, [...]
Final Reminder: Only 2 Days Left! in the deal on: Lighting & Editing Photography Guides 1. Move closer to your subject. Nothing kills a photo quicker than a distracting background. If you have a great background try bringing the subject closer to the camera so they don’t get lost. Remember this tip if nothing else. [...]