Category: Photography Tips
When you go out to shoot some great photos, what is going through your mind ? Are you thoroughly prepared for a shoot with a detailed plan, or are you just winging it ? Here is my 4 step process that might help you get better control over your outdoor photo shoot.
RAW vs JPEG ? If you are photography enthusiast that is not the question. The real question is which camera raw file format to use ? RAW as supported by all major camera manufacturers, or DNG as pushed by Adobe for use in their processing tools. Find out benefits and shortcomings of each format in this article.
If you enjoy travel photography, and shoot many photos while you are out and about, you would probably like to store approximate location where the photo was taken. This usually means that you need invest in expensive specialized GPS receivers suited for digital cameras, or risk a long and tedious process of manually geotagging your [...]
Depth of field preview function on your camera is a very useful button typically overlooked by an average photographer. In a hands of an expert, it can be a big help towards shooting better photos.
Simplicity in Photography is a powerful concept. By enforcing minimalism in our photos, we ensure that our photos feature strong composition. Learn how in this week’s photography tip.
Learn how you can improve your photography skills by critiquing photographs made by others in this photography tip.
What differentiates good photo from a truly great one ? Join us in search of those key ingredients that make all the difference in fine art photography.
Despite the popularity of vibrant and colorful images and advances in modern DSLR cameras, black and white photography will always have an image of timelessness and artistic expression. Learn how to use black and white photography to boost your observation skills in this week’s photography tip.
Automatic Exposure Bracketing can be your best friend in tricky lighting conditions. Learn how to bracket your shots in this photography tutorial.
In this week’s photography tip we suggest how to choose appropriate digital camera shutter speed to convey a sense of motion in your photos.