10. Mai 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Fashion Photos With Minimal Budget and Gear

How to Shoot Fashion Photos With Minimal Budget and Gear

Fashion photography is expensive. Even a small test shoot has some costs associated with it. What is more expensive is good fashion photography.

Cameras, lights, modifiers, crew, retouching, locations all add up to some ghastly sums. Bu… Read the rest “How to Shoot Fashion Photos With Minimal Budget and Gear”

8. Mai 2021
von Subham Shome
Kommentare deaktiviert für 5 Tips to Dramatically Improve Golden Hour Landscapes

5 Tips to Dramatically Improve Golden Hour Landscapes

You’ve likely heard it said that golden hour is by far the best time for photographing landscapes. We have a lot of colors and dramatic light and atmosphere during that time.

Let’s start with what golden hour is. It is the period … Read the rest “5 Tips to Dramatically Improve Golden Hour Landscapes”

7. Mai 2021
von Darlene Almeda
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Pre-Visualize in the Field for Better Landscape Compositions

How to Pre-Visualize in the Field for Better Landscape Compositions

Composing Tool Kit: Tamrac Pro Compact 2, Pocket Spot, Linhof 6×9 Viewfinder, Hoodman Loupe, Location Marker Tees

I create my landscape photography with film and digital technical cameras and received a request to share how I compose in t… Read the rest “How to Pre-Visualize in the Field for Better Landscape Compositions”

5. Mai 2021
von George Griefy
Kommentare deaktiviert für Improve Your Minimalist Photography with These 6 Guidelines

Improve Your Minimalist Photography with These 6 Guidelines

Of all of the artistic photography styles, one of the most interesting is also the most basic-looking. However, don’t let that label fool you, there is nothing basic about the process of successful minimalist photography. In fact, it take… Read the rest “Improve Your Minimalist Photography with These 6 Guidelines”

5. Mai 2021
von Brad Vassallo
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Tell an Effective Brand Story With Your Photos

How to Tell an Effective Brand Story With Your Photos

Any writer worth their salt knows that a good story is comprised of three primary components: Character, Setting, and Plot. The same can be said of visual storytelling, regardless of the medium.

As a commercial photographer, my goal is to t… Read the rest “How to Tell an Effective Brand Story With Your Photos”

3. Mai 2021
von Michael Sladek
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photography Composition Tip and Assignment: Interesting Point of View

Photography Composition Tip and Assignment: Interesting Point of View

What do you think are the two least used, and probably most important, pieces of your photography gear? I’ll give you a hint: you can’t buy them at a camera store.

This is part two in a series of videos about composition tips based on assignmentRead the rest “Photography Composition Tip and Assignment: Interesting Point of View”

3. Mai 2021
von Subham Shome
Kommentare deaktiviert für 5 Basic Mistakes to Avoid When Post-Processing Landscapes

5 Basic Mistakes to Avoid When Post-Processing Landscapes

While landscape photography is a lot about composition and on-location practices, one can never dismiss the importance of post-processing (or editing) the images. One question I am always asked is: “Why is editing necessary?… Read the rest “5 Basic Mistakes to Avoid When Post-Processing Landscapes”

29. April 2021
von Jay P. Morgan
Kommentare deaktiviert für To Shoot Great Portraits, Learn To Control The Background

To Shoot Great Portraits, Learn To Control The Background

If you don’t control the background, you’re not controlling your image. In this video and article, I’ll share 7 different ways to control your background and give you better images. These are simple techniques to master to improve y… Read the rest “To Shoot Great Portraits, Learn To Control The Background”

29. April 2021
von Subham Shome
Kommentare deaktiviert für 10 Basic Landscape Photography Tips

10 Basic Landscape Photography Tips

In this article, I’ll share 10 of the most important things that a landscape photographer needs to keep in mind while preparing and while on a shoot. We tend to forget the most common things and end up getting messed up during shoots, so … Read the rest “10 Basic Landscape Photography Tips”

28. April 2021
von Chris Constantine
Kommentare deaktiviert für Action Packed: Photographing Mountain Bikers with the EOS R5

Action Packed: Photographing Mountain Bikers with the EOS R5

For most photographers, it’s been an interesting past year and my experience is no exception. My regular work shooting for commercial clients and agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area was upended by the Coronavirus pandemic, and keeping … Read the rest “Action Packed: Photographing Mountain Bikers with the EOS R5”

27. April 2021
von Andrea Livieri
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Simple Four-Step Framework for Better Landscape Photo Compositions

A Simple Four-Step Framework for Better Landscape Photo Compositions

In photography, many aspects can make an image successful, and in my opinion, what defines the bones of a great photo is a good composition. Instead of thinking composition like a series of canonical rules, I much prefer to use principles li… Read the rest “A Simple Four-Step Framework for Better Landscape Photo Compositions”

24. April 2021
von Lee Thirkellson
Kommentare deaktiviert für Like, Comment, Follow: Thoughts on Social Media as a Photographer

Like, Comment, Follow: Thoughts on Social Media as a Photographer

One of the most frequent questions I am asked is about social media likes and followers and how to ‘boost’ those numbers.

There are a few questions I will always ask:

1. Why? Simple first question. What is your goal? Why do you want more likes or … Read the rest “Like, Comment, Follow: Thoughts on Social Media as a Photographer”

24. April 2021
von Alan Adler
Kommentare deaktiviert für Basic Advice About Photography for Beginning Photographers

Basic Advice About Photography for Beginning Photographers

This article is aimed at people who would like to advance their basic photography skills. I assume that you already make decent photos and are familiar with f-stops, ISO, shutter speeds, etc. But I’m hoping that this read will prove w… Read the rest “Basic Advice About Photography for Beginning Photographers”

22. April 2021
von Tom Peet
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Take Gorgeous Smartphone Photos of the Lyrid Meteor Shower

How to Take Gorgeous Smartphone Photos of the Lyrid Meteor Shower

The Lyrid meteor shower happens every year from April 16 through April 26, with the peak occurring typically around April 22. Taking great photos of the event does not require a high-end camera though, and you can get some great results with … Read the rest “How to Take Gorgeous Smartphone Photos of the Lyrid Meteor Shower”

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”

20. April 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV

The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV

Released in 2016, the Canon 5D Mark IV got a range of reviews, with most being quite negative. 5 years down the road, how does this camera hold up in professional jobs, and will I be upgrading from it?

Last year, just before things got slightly o… Read the rest “The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV”

19. April 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für Are Expensive Light Modifiers Worth It?

Are Expensive Light Modifiers Worth It?

There have been thousands of articles written about cheap and expensive lights, cameras, and lenses. To me, the light is not as important as the modifier.

In simple terms, the thing that you put on your light determines the results you will g… Read the rest “Are Expensive Light Modifiers Worth It?”

19. April 2021
von Lee Thirkellson
Kommentare deaktiviert für Be True to Yourself as a Photographer

Be True to Yourself as a Photographer

I was reading an interview with William Eggleston and he recalled a time when he met Henri Cartier-Bresson, who was his idol, at a party in Lyon. Eggleston described that he was sat with Cartier-Bresson and a few other guests and his idol lean… Read the rest “Be True to Yourself as a Photographer”

17. April 2021
von Daniel J. Stein
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise

How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise

Aloha, and welcome back to my astrophotography tutorial write-ups. I wrote an article last month on the basics of photographing the Milky Way core season. Today I am going to continue this series and tell you about a game-changing techniqu… Read the rest “How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise”

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”