Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This tutorial will walk you through my workflow in this exact situation. The moment was beautiful, the initial photo, not so much.
Cities often look their best at night, but finding the right angle and camera settings can be a challenge if you don’t take the time to plan your shot. In this video, Mark Wallace shows us how to shoot a dramatic wide-angle view of a city at dusk.
It can get pretty pricey having your prints mounted and framed. Commercial photographer Tony Roslund shows us how we can skip going to the PHOTO LAB by mounting and framing prints ourselves.
Every once in a while in photography, you may come across something so interesting and unorthodox that it can be a real challenge. Today, we want to explore urban decay photography. If you’re not familiar with this unusual genre, it’s basically taking pictures of abandoned places, primarily old and rotted buildings. If this seems a bit grim, think again!
If you ask photographer Corey Rich, he’ll tell you he was a rock climber first and a photographer second. It is only natural that Rich would want to document his experiences as a rock climber, and his ability to combine his passion for the sport with photographer has paid off tenfold.
I am an amateur photographer. I photograph in my spare time because it is my passion. Here are 10 tips that I think will improve your photography. As with anything, there are rules in photography, but sometimes when you break them, you get unique and interesting photos.
Macro photography is the art of learning to look closer – much closer. With a focus on color, details and patterns, macro photography can yield some amazing and rewarding results.
It’s tough photographing fast paced sporting events, especially games like basketball, in which the players are constantly running away from you then toward you. It takes a certain amount of skill that most new photographers will need to practice.
Want to know the secrets to taking your best photos ever, right outside your own doorstep? Get nine pro tips for shooting amazing intimate landscapes. Plus, see here for your chance to take professional photographer Rob Sheppard’s online Craftsy class, Shooting Intimate Landscapes (a $59.99 value), and learn how to use composition and lighting to take your photo from ordinary to extraordinary.
One of the most important tasks as a WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER is capturing that gorgeous glamour shot of the bride. She has spent countless months preparing for this day and thousands of dollars on her dress, shoes, hair, and makeup; it is the photographer’s job to make sure she looks as beautiful as possible.
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