Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Flower photography is a favourite type of photography that many people love. It's not difficult to take photos of flowers if you get all the key elements right.
There is no shortage of great photographers, but not everyone that totes a digital camera is necessarily a creative genius, nor are they all products of photography classes. Here is a list of 5 things you can change to improve your pictures.
Lighting is a complicated subject that takes most photographers a lifetime to fully master. It's easy it to get stuck in rut using the same old lighting patterns time and time again.
If you're just breaking into the world of lighting, you may want to devote a couple hours to Erik Valind's recent seminar on controlling off-camera lighting. While the course is aimed at beginners, there are still tips scattered throughout the video that even a seasoned pro might find useful.
It’s one of the unfortunate ironies of the business of photography that the two most important elements in getting great photographs are, for most budding photographers, the least interesting.
The choice of your tripod or monopod is to be taken seriously because they generally last longer than your camera itself. As vibration is the best enemy of every single photographer, we would like to help you select the right equipment according to your needs.
Venice is a photographers paradise, a city of so many beautiful scenes, that it is hard not to find a great shot. However, what if you wish to avoid the cliche shots and shoot something very different? That is what photographer Joerg Niggli did when he created this stunning timelapse film of Venice from sunrise to sunset.
It’s amazing how little is known about low light photography and why many pictures are ruined when the environment is too dark. Many folks in fact go on to buy more expensive camera thinking the problem will be solved. No way! That will not help you out.
Wedding photography – and particularly the documentary image – takes up a great deal of my thinking time when I’m sitting at my desk editing or reading on the internet. It’s a passion as well as a job so I’m quite often distracted by other photographers’ websites or getting involved in discussions on the various forums that cover the subject.
In sports or almost anything else one learns there is a period of practice or apprenticeship, a time of learning. I’ve said before that one needs to take lots of pictures as part of the learning process. But like anything else try and do the ‘practice’ part correctly.
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