21. April 2021
von Serge Ramelli
Kommentare deaktiviert für Five Beginner Lightroom Editing Tips to Dramatically Improve Your Photos

Five Beginner Lightroom Editing Tips to Dramatically Improve Your Photos

Want to get the best out of your photos this year? Using one photo as an example — a photo I took in Paris with a Canon 5D Mark II to prove it can be done with a camera of nearly any age — I will show five easy tips that will make dramatic di… Read the rest “Five Beginner Lightroom Editing Tips to Dramatically Improve Your Photos”

13. April 2021
von Michael Sladek
Kommentare deaktiviert für Three Things Every Photographer Should Have at Least Two Of

Three Things Every Photographer Should Have at Least Two Of

We live in a time when our technology and camera gear usually work extremely well and reliably… Until it doesn’t. Randomly. And at the worst time. When that happens, you’re left feeling unprepared and stressed which is something tha… Read the rest “Three Things Every Photographer Should Have at Least Two Of”

23. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why You Should Use a 100-400mm Lens for Landscape Photos

Why You Should Use a 100-400mm Lens for Landscape Photos

Photographer Michael Shainblum is known for some truly impressive landscape images and in previous videos has strongly advocated for the use of telephoto lenses. In this 10-minute video, he shows how he captured two days worth of images w… Read the rest “Why You Should Use a 100-400mm Lens for Landscape Photos”

12. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Tips for Making Beautiful Photos of Frozen Soap Bubbles

Tips for Making Beautiful Photos of Frozen Soap Bubbles

Photographer Jens Heidler, who was recently featured for his macro video of snowflakes melting in reverse, has published a 5-minute instructional video on how to create frozen soap bubbles for dazzling macro photos.

The first half of Hei… Read the rest “Tips for Making Beautiful Photos of Frozen Soap Bubbles”

15. Januar 2021
von JT Armstrong
Kommentare deaktiviert für 10 Tips and Tricks to Achieve Excellent Winter Photos

10 Tips and Tricks to Achieve Excellent Winter Photos

Winter photography can be difficult and even dangerous if you don’t take the proper precautions to protect yourself and your gear. In this post I’ll show you how to take better snow photos and have a more enjoyable time in the cold while doing … Read the rest “10 Tips and Tricks to Achieve Excellent Winter Photos”

13. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für 10 Easy Wedding Poses for Beginner Photographers

10 Easy Wedding Poses for Beginner Photographers

Posing is arguably the most challenging skill photographers need to master in order to become successful professionals, and in this 10-minute video, photographer Reggie Ballesteros shows 10 poses that beginners can use in their next se… Read the rest “10 Easy Wedding Poses for Beginner Photographers”

18. Dezember 2020
von Maximilian Simson
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Use Teleconverters for Macro Photography

How to Use Teleconverters for Macro Photography

Teleconverters are handy lens add-ons that multiply the focal length of the lens they are attached to. They can be mounted in between the camera body and lens (typically a telephoto lens) and increase the focal length of the lens to which the… Read the rest “How to Use Teleconverters for Macro Photography”

11. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Tips for Better Holiday Food Photography

Tips for Better Holiday Food Photography

Sarah Crawford is an accomplished baker and food photographer most well known for her blog Broma Bakery and in conjunction with Adobe Lightroom has shared her tips for getting the most out your photos of holiday baked goods.

Below, Crawfor… Read the rest “Tips for Better Holiday Food Photography”

11. November 2020
von Pye Jirsa
Kommentare deaktiviert für Five Techniques for Communication and Effortless Photoshoots

Five Techniques for Communication and Effortless Photoshoots

This video is for all of you professional and aspiring professional photographers who want to communicate more effectively with your clients as well as feel like you’re having more effortless photo shoots.

Tip #1: Know Your Gear

One of the … Read the rest “Five Techniques for Communication and Effortless Photoshoots”

23. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 7 Pieces of Advice Every New Wedding Photographer Needs to Hear

7 Pieces of Advice Every New Wedding Photographer Needs to Hear

Photographer Pye Jirsa of SLR Lounge recently put together a video that every budding wedding photographer should watch. It’s basically his version of “7 things I wish I’d known when I first started out as a wedding pho… Read the rest “7 Pieces of Advice Every New Wedding Photographer Needs to Hear”

23. Oktober 2020
von Anthony Epes
Kommentare deaktiviert für 6 Lessons Henri Cartier-Bresson Can Teach the Modern Photographer

6 Lessons Henri Cartier-Bresson Can Teach the Modern Photographer

I love looking in detail at another photographer’s work. To immerse yourself in someone else’s creativity—to see what their ideas spark inside of you, what excites you, what makes you sit up and think ‘Wow, that’s really cool!̵… Read the rest “6 Lessons Henri Cartier-Bresson Can Teach the Modern Photographer”

19. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photo Idea: How to Capture Creative Reflection Portraits

Photo Idea: How to Capture Creative Reflection Portraits

Capturing cool reflection portraits might seem like a breeze—you just put someone behind some glass and go ham, right? But as photographer Matt Granger explains in this tutorial, even a basic understanding of the “key variables&#… Read the rest “Photo Idea: How to Capture Creative Reflection Portraits”

16. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 8 Reasons Why Your Photos Suck, and How to Fix Them

8 Reasons Why Your Photos Suck, and How to Fix Them

Professional photographers Daniel and Rachel of Mango Street have published a helpful video that covers the 8 most common mistakes that they see beginner photographers make. In other words: these are the 8 reasons why your photos suck, an… Read the rest “8 Reasons Why Your Photos Suck, and How to Fix Them”

13. Oktober 2020
von Matt Fischer
Kommentare deaktiviert für Creating a ‘Time-Blend’ to Enhance the Drama in Your Landscape Photography

Creating a ‘Time-Blend’ to Enhance the Drama in Your Landscape Photography

In my last article, I wrote in depth about my emotional connection to the subjects that I photograph and my artistic process in creating imagery. As I said before, to me photography is much more than capturing a single moment in time. I want to … Read the rest “Creating a ‘Time-Blend’ to Enhance the Drama in Your Landscape Photography”

8. Oktober 2020
von Darren Lewey
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Building Blocks of Artistic Portrait Photography

The Building Blocks of Artistic Portrait Photography

Of the many creative photographic genres, it is perhaps portrait photography where two camps—the representative and the artistic—can be most clearly observed. Whilst the former requires context through captions and backstory to elev… Read the rest “The Building Blocks of Artistic Portrait Photography”

28. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 3 Beginner Wide Angle Mistakes to Avoid in Landscape Photography

3 Beginner Wide Angle Mistakes to Avoid in Landscape Photography

Landscape photographer Mark Denney has put together a quick tutorial that will be particularly useful for beginners. In it, he covers the most egregious mistakes he made when he first started shooting landscapes with a wide-angle lens, a… Read the rest “3 Beginner Wide Angle Mistakes to Avoid in Landscape Photography”

9. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 7 Tips for Creating a Sense of Depth in Your Landscape Photos

7 Tips for Creating a Sense of Depth in Your Landscape Photos

Landscape photographer and YouTuber Mads Peter Iversen is back with another helpful tips video. This time, he’s covering a very important subject that many beginners fail to properly appreciate when they’re just starting … Read the rest “7 Tips for Creating a Sense of Depth in Your Landscape Photos”

24. August 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Dramatic Portraits with a Point and Shoot Camera and One Light

How to Shoot Dramatic Portraits with a Point and Shoot Camera and One Light

Photographer and YouTuber Jiggie Alejandrino loves to show his viewers what’s possible when shooting with just one light; but for his most recent tutorial, he took the concept one step further. Not only did he shoot this using a sing… Read the rest “How to Shoot Dramatic Portraits with a Point and Shoot Camera and One Light”

24. August 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Dramatic Portraits with a Point and Shoot Camera and One Light

How to Shoot Dramatic Portraits with a Point and Shoot Camera and One Light

Photographer and YouTuber Jiggie Alejandrino loves to show his viewers what’s possible when shooting with just one light; but for his most recent tutorial, he took the concept one step further. Not only did he shoot this using a sing… Read the rest “How to Shoot Dramatic Portraits with a Point and Shoot Camera and One Light”

12. August 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für 6 Creative Macro Photography Ideas You Probably Haven’t Seen Before

6 Creative Macro Photography Ideas You Probably Haven’t Seen Before

Ever since the beginning of the pandemic (and, really, the beginning of photography) macro photography tutorials have all sort of blended together. The subject matter and techniques are often pretty similar: flowers, bugs, coins, etc. … Read the rest “6 Creative Macro Photography Ideas You Probably Haven’t Seen Before”