Articles by Tiffany M Archives - Page 18 of 45 - PictureCorrect450 articles

Photography Tips & Insights from Steve McCurry

Photography Tips & Insights from Steve McCurry

Scott Schuman was granted the pleasure of interviewing iconic photographer, Steve McCurry, earlier this year and was kind enough to edit the footage together into a five part video series. Each of the videos covers a different aspect of the life of a professional photographer. In the first episode, McCurry discusses the importance of light […]

Continue Reading

Past and Present of a Photojournalist

Past and Present of a Photojournalist

By now most photographers have embraced the world of digital photography in some form or another, leaving behind the days of darkrooms and film spools altogether. Despite the changing of the times, however, there are still photographers who prefer to work with the analog medium and you might even be surprised to learn that at […]

Continue Reading

Photographer Documents How Pollution is Affecting the Albatross Population

Photographer Documents How Pollution is Affecting the Albatross Population

Midway Island, a small atoll nestled in the North Pacific Ocean, is home to one of the largest albatross populations in the world. When Chris Jordan, an environmental photographer, arrived on Midway to document the effects of pollution on the birds, he quickly realized just how much trouble the albatross are actually in. The powerful […]

Continue Reading

Creating Visual Narratives Through Your Photography

Creating Visual Narratives Through Your Photography

Using photography to convey a message or tell a story is one of the primary goals we strive to accomplish. Being able to do so is a skill that is not always as easy as it seems. Too often we find our photographs look contrived or far from the target of what we are attempting […]

Continue Reading

Information to Help Photojournalists Stay Safe on the Front Lines

Information to Help Photojournalists Stay Safe on the Front Lines

Becoming a photojournalist may have its perks, but the form of employment is increasingly becoming a high risk endeavor. With suicide bombing, information technology breaches, and various other hostile situations on the rise, The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has compiled and illustrated a security guide to support newcomers and seasoned professionals who are considering or are […]

Continue Reading

Direction of Light in Portrait Photography

Direction of Light in Portrait Photography

One of the main questions aspiring photographers ask professional photographer Neil van Niekerk is what they can change about their light setups to instantly improve their photos. Having the advantage of years and years of hands-on experience, van Niekerk has deduced the answer would be the direction and quality of light. In the following hour and half long tutorial, […]

Continue Reading

Turning Day into Night With Post Processing Styles

Turning Day into Night With Post Processing Styles

To some, the act of post processing is every bit of an art as the act of taking the actual photograph. In the case of architectural photographer Irene Kung, one may even argue that is where her creative abilities are at their highest. Kung has called her photographs nothing more than snapshots, most of which […]

Continue Reading

Timelapse Photography in Short Film: Mountains in Motion

Timelapse Photography in Short Film: Mountains in Motion

After watching the award winning short film, Mountains In Motion, you may find it hard to believe the project was conducted on a shoestring budget by artists who had never met before. The film, which incorporates multiple photographic techniques, is a stunning example of timelapse photography. As you probably know, timelapse photography is a type […]

Continue Reading

Candid Street Photography

Candid Street Photography

Being a great street photographer is not just about being able to compose great photographs. To be a good street photographer, one must know how to be stealthy when needed and sociable when the time calls for it. There is a delicate balance between the two that requires an almost instinctive understanding of the nature of […]

Continue Reading

Portrait Photography on a White Background: Tips & Tricks

Portrait Photography on a White Background: Tips & Tricks

Shooting portraits using a plain white background may initially sound a bit bland, but Mark Wallace is here to show us how to change it up by sculpting light–a skill that is helpful to photographers of any genre. In the brief 18 minute video tutorial, Wallace explains to viewers what a GOBO is and how to easily […]

Continue Reading

New! Want more photography tips? We now offer a free newsletter for photographers:

No, my photos are the best, close this forever