In today’s photo tip, let’s talk a bit about color. Color can make or break an image, depending on how it is used. This article will discuss a color concept that is a big time compositional rule – but may be new to you… To get more engaging, better landscape photography – include people wearing […]
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Photography Tips & Tutorials
Lens flare is a double-edged sword. If you use it correctly you get a fantastic looking shot. But when used improperly, it can be an eyesore. It’s important to have good control over this optical feature. Photographer Mark Wallace from Adorama explains how you can use lens flare to create an atmospheric effect: (for those […]
The precursor to the actual event, engagement photography is what helps show the couple’s spark with each other and creates widespread awareness of their upcoming wedding. As the photographer, it is important for you to do your research so that the couple’s engagement pictures will be creative, interesting, entertaining, love-struck, and most of all, satisfying […]
In this video tutorial, photographer Jeff Cable explains how we can improve our photography in leaps and bounds, just by eliminating these common mistakes: 1. Light and Shadow Many times choosing the wrong spot for taking your images can ruin the shot, even though you are standing at a beautiful location, such as when your […]
There are few more important things that a nature photographer can do to improve his or her photography than becoming familiar with the use of the polarizing filter. What can a polarizing filter do? Among other things it can darken the sky, remove reflections from water, and make foliage appear less shiny. Color saturation is […]
Winter photos can be difficult to shoot but they can be just as difficult to post-process. These Lightroom tips for winter photography from Mark Denney can help: 1. Change your background This is a simple trick to get started and interestingly, it has nothing to do with actual post-processing. It involves changing the border of […]