Photography Tips & Tutorials4858 articles

New: Night Photography Course

New: Night Photography Course

Now available today, a start-to-finish online course for mastering dynamic photography at night. So often, scenes that look nondescript and boring during the day turn dramatic at night. And the photo opportunities are all around us. Currently 50% off for the launch sale (and includes a bonus eBook) which ends this Friday February 17. Deal found here: […]

Continue Reading

4 Sports Photography Tricks and Tips

4 Sports Photography Tricks and Tips

With 30 years of professional experience under his belt, Patrick Murphy-Racey has spent countless hours watching games from behind his camera’s viewfinder. Specializing in sports photography, his job is to be ready to capture the adrenaline and electricity that comes and goes at a moment’s notice: To create the best images possible, Murphy-Racey must stick to a […]

Continue Reading

Photographing an Airforce Pilot with his Fighter Jet: Watch How it’s Done

Photographing an Airforce Pilot with his Fighter Jet: Watch How it’s Done

As the United States celebrates Independence Day with barbecues and fireworks, it’s an appropriate time to honor Americans, past and present, who have dutifully served their country. Robert Seale put the spotlight on his subject, Col. George “Bud” Day, when he photographed the Vietnam War veteran with an F-100 Super Sabre last year. This video […]

Continue Reading

De-Mystifying Resolution in Photography

De-Mystifying Resolution in Photography

Low resolution photos may look great on your monitor at “screen resolution”(72 ppi or pixels per inch). The small file size downloads fast and is easy to share online. Plus, you can get a lot of these images on a memory card. But photos taken on a camera’s ‘basic’ or ‘low’ quality settings don’t cut […]

Continue Reading

Using a Cube to Understand Photography Lighting

Using a Cube to Understand Photography Lighting

In this second part of a three part series on the laws of light, Jay P Morgan demonstrates the correct ways of lighting a cube. The world isn’t a flat square or a flat circle or for that matter a flat rectangle. It’s composed of spheres, cubes, and cuboids. In other words, the world is filled […]

Continue Reading

Photoshop Timelapse: Car Photography Manipulation

Photoshop Timelapse: Car Photography Manipulation

Photographers are often drawn to the camera for its power to freeze the world for a moment and capture things exactly as they are. But, with technical innovations in the form of editing software, photographers have been granted the power to build new worlds entirely. Danish photographer Sebastian Pichard usually sticks to capturing sleek sports cars for a […]

Continue Reading

Exclusive: HDR Photography Workshop at 30% Off

Exclusive: HDR Photography Workshop at 30% Off

Forget what you know & think about HDR photography. This workshop will show you how you can create realistic and beautiful high dynamic range imagery. We’ve all seen over-processed images that are just too saturated and unnatural looking, but perfectly balanced HDR is stunning. We were able to negotiate an exclusive 30% discount for our readers which ends […]

Continue Reading

My Photography Journey and Some Things I’ve Learned

My Photography Journey and Some Things I’ve Learned

My Early Years as a Photographer I can remember taking my first pictures when I was seven years old. While on a family vacation, my parents bought me a miniature camera for a few dollars. It used tiny little film and took tiny little black and white pictures. I remember taking them but I don’t […]

Continue Reading

How to Photograph Someone Flying on a Broom

How to Photograph Someone Flying on a Broom

This is a fun little shoot that you can do with very little equipment: a DSLR, a lens, and an eager volunteer. Oh, yes, you also need a broomstick! This project is all about capturing a subject flying on a broom. And just in case you’re wondering if Wingardium Leviosa actually works—it doesn’t, and there’s no actual […]

Continue Reading

2 Horizon Photo Tips For Better Landscape Photos

2 Horizon Photo Tips For Better Landscape Photos

Landscape photographs are among the most beautiful photos you can produce. But it isn’t easy! To get decent results, you have to know, understand — and follow — tons of rules. Individually, none of them are a very big deal, but they combine to create powerful landscape photos. Today’s two photo tips are each another of those […]

Continue Reading

Page 5 of 486« First...34567...102030...Last »
New! Want more photography tips? We now offer a free newsletter for photographers:

No, my photos are the best, close this forever