OK, you’ve bought all the right camera equipment. You have three camera bodies, 10 lenses, a stack of lighting gear, all the filters and attachments you can think of. You’ve read the manual and gained some experience in taking different types of shots, but you’re still not happy with your results. You’ve even copied other […]
Composition Guidelines for Great Photography
It's about grabbing the attention of the viewer and taking them on a journey.
Travel Photography in the Real World
The sky is not always blue and the crowds do not always clear a path for you.
Photography Tips & Tutorials
Are you hesitant to buy more gear for your photography endeavors? There are tricks you can follow to work around the upfront cost of buying equipment for a studio. Jay P. Morgan wants to show you how to turn your bathroom into a softbox! Ready? Here’s how to get started: First, put a piece of […]
Waterfall photography is a favourite subject for many a nature photographer. In fact, a good waterfall can be a magnet for almost anyone with a camera. Like any subject in nature photography, waterfall photos also come with their own set of challenges. A beginner can be disappointed with their results time and time again, simply […]
One of the keys to shooting great portraits of men is to give them a chiseled jawline. In just 60 seconds, Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge demonstrates how to incorporate this technique in your portrait photography to give your model a masculine, defined jawline: Step one is to take a quick reference shot. Next, ask […]
With very rare exceptions, the main subject of your photograph must be sharp—not necessarily the whole picture, but certainly the subject. Even if you want the subject blurred, to give a sense of movement, then the background must be sharp. And you’ll get the sharpest photographs by using a tripod. There are three ways your […]
Focus stacking is the technique of blending together multiple exposures of the same scene. These exposures are exactly the same, except for one aspect: the focus point. The idea behind this technique is to create an image with a larger depth of field than what is possible with a single image. Mark Denney explains: The […]