Sometimes, an off-putting setting is enough to create a creepy photograph. ("Impatient for the End" by D. Travis North)

Tips For Creating Creepy Photos

October 31, 2013 / by

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.

"A Place to Rest My Weary Head" - my camera would probably have over-exposed this photo if I didn't take measures to compensate for its biased meter.

How To Use Exposure Compensation (And Why I Don’t Use It)

October 24, 2013 / by

Exposure Compensation is a feature that most cameras have these days. We’ll teach you how to use it properly. Then we’ll reveal an alternative method.

"A Journey Begins With One Step" by D. Travis North

Starving Artist Approach: Goal Oriented Learning

August 22, 2013 / by

Is it better to have everything? Or is the focus that comes as necessity to the starving artist the way to go? We talk about goals and self-learning and the real reason why a starving artist is so passionate about their art.

My favorite shot from the trip, all thanks to a fellow photographer.

How Yosemite Changed My Approach To Photography

July 11, 2013 / by

I visited a famous park once, and it changed my approach to photography. In this article, we’ll discuss some things that I learned during my excursion to Yosemite National Park last fall. But it’s not about the park. I just had to go there to learn some valuable lessons.


The Flickr Debacle: What We Can Learn From Flickr’s Mistakes

May 30, 2013 / by

Flickr messed up and insulted their users. But as a photographer, there are plenty of things to be learned from their mistakes. Learn how not to mess up like Flickr.


Five Photography Products Worth Splurging For

May 23, 2013 / by

When on a budget, it’s tempting to opt for cheaper products, and sometimes you can. But In this article, we’ll discuss five areas where you shouldn’t splurge.

Stephen Shore - not all of his photographs are perfect either.

Not All Your Photos Will Be Great

May 16, 2013 / by

You will create many great photos in your life. But you will also have many failures. But that’s okay, because even the world’s greatest photographers expect to fail.

"End Of The Road" by John McGraw

“End of the Road” by John McGraw (Or Don’t Be Too Focused)

April 30, 2013 / by

Photos are everywhere, even when we’re not looking. This week’s inspiration features a photo by John McGraw that almost didn’t happen.

Rest Stop For The Tiny

Improve Composition: Act Like A Child

April 18, 2013 / by

We learn about the importance of seeing and we learn from the most unlikely of teachers: Improve your photography composition by thinking like a child.

Philadelphia Landmarks:  City Hall (From Courtyard)

Are You A Fan Of Your Own Photos?

April 04, 2013 / by

We take a step away from the camera today to discuss a mental block you may not even be aware of: Loving your own work.