The Zone System in Black & White Photography

The Zone System in Black & White Photography

To get more depth you have to increase the visual range.

 
10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 30 Days

10 Ways to Improve Your Photography in 30 Days

Most of us tend to fall into certain habits in our photography.

 
How to Photograph the Moon

How to Photograph the Moon

Photographing the moon can be tricky.

 
A Beginning Photographer’s Guide to Light

A Beginning Photographer’s Guide to Light

Lighting plays a crucial role in photography.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

A Street Photographer’s Guide to Photographing New York

A Street Photographer’s Guide to Photographing New York

New York City is one of the great meccas of the world for photography, and it’s a place where every photographer should try to explore at least once in their life. From the state of the art skyscrapers, to the old ornate architecture, to the people and the fashion, there is a never-ending amount of […]

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Color Gels in Studio Photography: 5 Ways to Use Them

Color Gels in Studio Photography: 5 Ways to Use Them

When used creatively, color gels can add an extra dimension to portraits. As we tend to associate colors with moods, you can get creative with what mood you want to portray in the photograph and use the appropriate color gels accordingly. In the following video, fashion and portrait photographer Elaine Torres shares with us her […]

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Photography Lighting Techniques

Photography Lighting Techniques

Photography is about light, and in fact, it can be defined as recording the light. Lighting is also one of the hardest things to get right in a photograph. To shoot images that stand out from the crowd, understanding the light source is critical. Photography lighting plays a major role in capturing colors as well […]

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How to Make a Simple Background or Reflector for your Home Photo Studio

How to Make a Simple Background or Reflector for your Home Photo Studio

Renting out a space for a photo studio can be costly and is the main reason that many photographers choose to set up their own studio inside their home. But just because your studio is in your home doesn’t mean you can skimp on good photography gear. However, good photographer gear doesn’t have to be […]

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5 Ideas to Photograph When You’re Out on the Street

5 Ideas to Photograph When You’re Out on the Street

1. Seek Out Emotion This is an easy point to make—photographs are better when they show people’s emotions. However, it’s much easier said than done. It is difficult to capture emotions in the wild, but they are there if you look for them. Be careful about getting overly distracted by a person’s clothing or look […]

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Wedding Reception Photography Tips on the Details

Wedding Reception Photography Tips on the Details

In many weddings, the bride (and team) often spend hours and hours of planning out the details of everything from the place settings to the cake. As a wedding photographer, capturing these details is essential, but often there’s not a lot of time for taking shots. In the video below, wedding photographer Vanessa Joy from […]

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