Ongoing photo projects are fun and inspiring. They can train your mind to recognize photo opportunities and your work will benefit. We’ll discuss why you should have such projects, the benefits behind them and we’ll even give you a few ideas.
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.
Let’s get this year off to a good start. Let’s learn and improve our photography and lets think about inspiration and upgrades. We have some tips to help you do it right.
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.
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.
In our quest for a personal photographic style, are we headed down a fruitless path? Perhaps our hunt is counterproductive as our style is ingrained in us already.
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.
If you are one who thinks a black & white photo is automatically artistic, then you may have some bad habits. Black & white is too often used as a way to fix images. But that’s a bad path to follow. In this article, we discuss why and we’ll talk about good black & white habits.
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White Balancing serves as a basis for the processing of you photographs. This very important aspect serves as the foundation for all of your processing needs. In this article, we discuss the background and we discuss how to find “White”.