Maggie King is a freelance photo editor, illustrator, and writer in Memphis, Tennessee. She loves exploring with her camera and working on her pet project, The Kinglets, a comic series based on the antics of her three lovable and exhausting children.
Learning how to bracket exposures provides another opportunity to create striking images. This guide has everything you need to know about exposure bracketing so you can add eye-catching contrasts to your interior, landscape and street shots.
Ever noticed those little balls (or shapes) of light that look like they’re dancing lightly across a photo? That’s called bokeh. It’s a beautiful effect, but there’s so much more to it than just the obvious shapes you see. This guide will show you all the amazing things you can do with bokeh in your photography.
Adam Senatori’s shot of the Watchmen Tower in Zion National Park is one that will no doubt go down as one of his proudest. While he spends much of his time working with some of the world’s biggest brands, it is his creative and personal work, like this, that really inspires him.
Got a professional-looking photography website and the right equipment but not sure what comes next? In Part 2 of our How to Be a Pro Like a Pro series, we have the inside info and useful tips to help you make sure you have your legal ducks in a row so you can get to work… like a pro!
Step up your image continuity with a deeper understanding of color management. This guide explains what Photoshop working spaces are and how you can use them to determine the right color management setup for your editing process.
It took Martina Gebarovska a month-long trip across the ocean to realize that while she had been working in front of a screen every day, life had been waiting for her outside. Here are her gear essentials that she takes with her on her globe-trotting photo trips.
Ready to make the leap from photo enthusiast to pro photographer? In the first installment of our two-part series, we discuss easy and effective practices for attracting clients and keeping them… like a pro. Plus, we talk about how to meet other pro photographers and the benefits of finding a mentor.
Are your images missing something? Here are 15 quick things, from composition, lighting and editing tips to connecting with your model, that you can start practicing right now to improve the quality of your work and the efficiency of your shooting.
Having a daily routine has been proven to boost productivity. Here are five photographers with unique and essential habits that kept or keep them producing amazing work to help you get inspired to develop the rhythms and rituals that could lead to your best work yet.