A photo can be many things. But most of all, a photo can be simple.
In an effort to curbing gear lust, we look back at what Ansel Adams was able to accomplish with his “archaic” equipment that is rivaled by even the cheapest gear today.
The Focal Length is often neglected, changed to frame a shot out of convenience. This is a nasty habit that we need to break. We’ll tell you why and motivate you to be a stronger photographer.
Taking a step back from our camera and our photographs, we explore the three main components that every great photograph should have. You may find it interesting that perfect exposure isn’t the most important element.
Learn about the process of creating black & white photographs with digital photos. This article takes you through the whole process – one photographer’s process – but focuses mostly on the conversion. This will serve as a foundation that you will build on as you grow to love black & white processing.
So you acquired your first SLR. Now what? Here’s a quick guide to getting you started…it’s not as scary as you think.
Several weeks ago, when I had been loaned the incredible Sigma APO Macro 180mm (OS)…
Even in the world of photography – an art that allegedly replicates the world before…
Photographers are a crazy bunch. Laying on the pavement, climbing trees – standing on crates just to get the right angle. We can collect some pretty interesting comments and gather a lot of strange looks. It’s inevitable. But we need to overcome. In this article, I share about my own silly experiences and how I overcame my own fears.
Passion is absolutely necessary for any photographer to excel at his craft. We explore the passions of famous photographers and discuss why you should shoot your passions as well.