White is a burden for your camera’s meter, which wants to present that as gray. The results are dingy looking snow and clouds. With a little know-how, we can compensate for that. In this article, we discuss the cause (your camera isn’t broken) and outline a few options that you have to efficiently correct for the white-to-gray shift in your photography.
Have you ever wanted to create some creepy photographs? In this article, we discuss and share tips on how you can create some truly creepy photographs.
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Photographer Steve Sullivan is luring us to the shot with big skies and puffy clouds; but then reveals the real subject: Grassy fields.
Create interesting photos through the use of slow shutter shooting techniques. In this article, we introduce you to some of our favorite slow shutter techniques so that you can have fun creating interesting photos.
From the Get Pushed Group’s 33rd round comes the mask work of Bart Martens as he merged a texture into a photo to create this beautiful composition. We had an opportunity to pick his brain.
In Part II of the Outdoor Studio, Photographer William Gill gets technical about his lighting setup as he illuminates a large train in marshland.
Introducing the art of photographing trains at night, photographer William Gill gives us a behind-the-scenes look at his methodology and routine.
Wrapping up round 30 of Get Pushed, we take a look at the works and technical mind of Matt Lincoln. We interview Matt about the creation of his composite photograph.