Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
Shooting amazing landscape photography isn’t just about going out into the wilderness with a camera and hoping for the best. Sure, sometimes you get lucky, but to make sure you’re going to capture incredible images, there are a few things you should take into consideration before snapping the shutter. Check out landscape photographer Serge Ramelli‘s top 10 landscape photo tips.
Want to enhance the mood of your photography using just household items? Sony put together this quick and straightforward tutorial on using items found around the house to make your own filters at home.
One of the most important things in live music photography is getting access to big shows. Big shows mean that artists have big budgets for lighting and stage production, which helps you create better photos as a beginner.
Adobe’s Lightroom, one of the most versatile pieces of photography software currently available. The following video from Phlearn, which aims to teach you how to create a panorama in Lightroom.
Photographer Harry Fisch shares lessons as he worked organizing tours. He came up with a list of essential tips that he thinks everyone should keep in mind when heading on a photographic tour or workshop.
Some effects take time and a great deal of technical knowledge to achieve — however, there is much that can be achieved with little to no real technical expertise.
In the video, DigitalRev shows how you can create the effect that somebody is on fire without actually setting fire to your subject. And since real props often yield better results than digitally altering the photo, we thought it was a good idea, as well.
Have you had a chance to try Lightroom CC? What are your favorite updates?Photographer Terry White shows us his six favorite new features in Lightroom CC.
Ah! Event photography. Many photographers have either been asked to photograph an event or tried their hand at it, with mixed results. Few can successfully pull it off because there are so many things to consider. We’re going to change all that with this handy guide.
The forest is home to varieties of trees, plants, flowers, animals, insects, and many other wonderful colorful things. Therefore, it is crucial that you are prepared when going on a forest photography project. Here's a few tips!
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