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.
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.
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.
ISO is one leg of the Exposure Triangle, but it’s performance can vary between cameras. We discuss ISO and how it affects your work.
RAW is a file format that most digital cameras support. It’s the preferred format of many photographers. We’ll explore why in this article.
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.
We explore the possibilities and benefits of going off task and incorporating your own style into your commissioned works.
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.
In Part II of the Outdoor Studio, Photographer William Gill gets technical about his lighting setup as he illuminates a large train in marshland.