Looking for a way to practice your photography skills anywhere, anytime? Time-lapse photography is a technique you can work on just about anywhere your camera is. This guide will explain time-lapse at a basic level to help you get started.
Photoshop 2020 is here! And we’re going to go over all the new awesome features that have been added. Plus we’ll compare the past 10 years, from the later CS versions and on through the most current CC release, to see what’s changed.
The holiday season is the perfect time to promote yourself and show your clients how much you appreciate them without looking like you’re trying too hard to make a sale. Here are some great photography marketing tips for the holidays.
When it comes time to decide on prices for your photography work, there are so many different variables to consider. We’ll help you figure out what your time is worth, how much your customers are willing to pay, and what expenses you have to take into account.
Regardless of whether you are exposing to film or digital sensors, measuring and controlling the light is vital to how photographs are made. Here’s everything you need to know about light metering and how you can take control to get perfect exposures every time.
If your concept is stale or your composition is just missing something, juxtaposition might be the solution you’re looking for. Here, we explain what juxtaposition is and how you can use it to grab the viewer’s attention and really make a point.
In our Skull-timate Halloween Photography Guide, we talk about some of the best places to find the creepiest atmospheres, how to light the location and props so that they’re sure to stand out, and some fun, spooky effects you can try both in-camera and after the shoot.
Use vignetting effectively and it’s a powerful artistic tool. Botch it and you’re likely to be pegged as an amateur. Here’s how you can add a vignette to your photo in-camera or during post-processing in Lightroom and Photoshop.
We usually know right away when a color (or color scheme) is or isn’t working. The challenge is learning to identify what is causing it to behave that way. Here’s what you need to know about color theory and how to use complementary colors to make your images pop.
Concluding our series on the exposure triangle, we discuss ISO, which plays its own specific role in exposure and light. This guide explains what ISO is, how it affects your images, the pros and cons of using ISO, and how it interacts with shutter speed and aperture.
It’s 2019. Do you know where your photos are? If you’re like most people, probably not. Here are some helpful tips on where to store your digital photos, from the family snapshots to the RAW files and photo composites, and get them organized for good.
What you need to know about aspect ratios and how you can use them in your photography. This is a must-read for any modern photographer, as we discuss the ratios online technology requires and how you can experiment with different aspect ratios to stand out.
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