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10 Free Video Photography Courses

Free Photography Courses If you want to learn photography online for free, we have the answer. We just complied a list of 10 online video photography courses you can take...

Getting Started in Photography – 5 things to Consider

How to Get Started in Photography Photography is a rewarding and satisfying hobby for millions of enthusiast worldwide. Not too long ago, enthusiastic amateur photographers used to be called shutterbugs...

Creative Thanksgiving Day Photography Ideas

Thanksgiving Day Photography Thanksgiving is almost here and it’s time for turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie. It’s the start of the holiday season and Thanksgiving shopping madness is in...

Autumn Photography Tips

Autumn (fall) Photography Autumn has arrived! For photographers, it’s one of the most colorful and photogenic seasons of the year. Regardless of whether you’re a beginner photographer, or a seasoned...

Photography Masterclass – Complete Guide to Photography

Photography Masterclass If you're looking for a comprehensive soup-to-nuts online video photography course that you can take on-demand, you can't go wrong with the Photography Masterclass Your Complete Guide to Photography...

RAW vs JPEG

RAW and JPEG Files These are two distinctly different files types produced by your digital camera. RAW is a large, uncompressed flat file that contains all of the image data captured...

10 Graduation Photography Tips

Graduation Photography Graduation is an event of a lifetime and we have 10 graduation photography tips to help you get great shots! Graduation is a significant life event for the...

Cloud Photography

A cloudy day can be a great day for taking pictures. As we transition from winter to summer, a partly cloudy springtime day is a wonderful opportunity for cloud...

What on Earth are AF Area Modes?

AF Area Modes Let me start by making a clarification. This isn’t a discussion about auto-focusing modes or auto-focusing in general. Though, at certain stages of this discussion I will...

Using the Pop-up Flash on Your Camera

Pop-up Flash This article, though primarily intended for DSLR users, would be just as useful for any digital camera user with a built-in flash. I will mark out the sections...

Circle of Confusion

Depth of Field and the Circle of Confusion In one of my previous articles on this website I have delved about the concept of depth of field (DoF) as well as...

Understanding Rear Curtain Sync (What You Need To Know)

Rear Curtain Sync If you have fiddled with the built-in flash on your camera or with an external flash unit, you may have probably heard about the term flash sync....

How to Use Triangles to Improve Your Composition

Triangles in Composition Photographic composition is the key which makes or breaks an image. It is imperative that you, the photographer, understand what works and what does not so that...

How to Analyze Your Photography (4 Simple Steps)

Analyze Photography Learning to Analyze Your Photography requires introspection and self-analysis. It's an essential aspect to the development of any photographer. This leads to a realization of the mistakes that...

Simple Tips to Produce Low-key Images

Low-key Photography A very simple technique that allows you to produce interesting images is the low-key treatment. It is actually a combination of lighting technique, choice of background and color...

Why Do You Need a Neutral Density Filter?

Neutral Density Filter The neutral density (ND) filter is second in importance to only the circular polarizing filter (C-PL). I will write a separate dedicated article on the importance of...

Studio Lighting Photography | Understanding Setup Options

Studio Lighting Setup Options Once you have settled down with a reasonable body and a good lens, the next logical thing to buy is a set of lights. Now, there...

Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)

What is Auto Exposure Bracketing? Auto exposure bracketing, or AEB, is a term that is used to signify a process where the camera automatically takes two or more exposures but...

5 Best Tips for Capturing Stunning Sunset Photography

You may have probably faced this challenge many times. You’re standing in front of the most magical sunset. You decide to whip out your camera and take a picture....

An Introduction to Flash Painting

Flash Painting Slow shutter speed does open up a whole world of possibilities in as much as creative photography is concerned. Literally, you are limited only by your imagination when...

Countering for Heat Distortion in Images

Heat Distortion in Images Shooting wildlife or landscape photography is a tough assignment to start off, but often nature plays spoilsport in manners that are unimaginable making it even tougher...

5 Low Light Photography Tips & Camera Settings

I wrote about flash painting in one of my previous articles. It is but one application of low light photography techniques which also happen to combine slow shutter speed....

5 Basic Compositional Rules in Photography

Compositional Rules As a beginner photographer, you must surely be looking at the images made by other photographers, people whose work you admire. Among the many things that you may...

Back Button Focusing (Why, When & How)

Back Button Auto-focus One of the least used techniques in photography to lock focus quickly and to switch between single and continuous auto-focusing is to use back button focusing. In...

Shooting with a Single Lens (Choosing Your Gear)

Using a Single Lens When I was a beginner, a casual conversation with a pro photographer once opened my eyes to the possibilities of shooting great images with a single lens....

4 Essential Tips for Outdoor Portraits (Backlit Secrets)

Outdoor Backlit Portraits Shooting outdoor portraits and in the open, you really have two basic ways to use the ambient light. Either shoot front lit, meaning, the light hits the...

Understanding Flash Shutter Speed Sync | Tips & Tricks

Flash Sync Speed Ask a pro photographer and he would always insist that you don’t use the on-camera flash. He would give you a number of reasons for not doing...

Wedding Photography Lighting – 5 Essential Tips You Must Know

Wedding Photography Lighting The thing that most photographers find difficult to learn for wedding photography is exactly how to deal with the lighting. No two weddings are the same, and...

HDR Photography Tutorial

Lately, there has been a spur in interest to make HDR images. Everywhere we look, Flickr, blogs and other social media channels, we see photographers posting the result of...

What you need to know: Nikon Coolpix P600

Nikon Coolpix P600 Is the P600 Right for You? Photographers who are experienced and serious about photography will consider the Nikon Coolpix P600 as the camera of their choice. The Nikon...

Family Portraits

Tips for taking Great Family Portraits Family portraits are some of the most anticipated and dreaded photos of the year. As the years go on, however, family photos become priceless memories,...

Review of Nikon D3200

Nikon D3200 The Nikon D3200 is Nikon's top entry level HD-SLR camera. It is very easy to handle and great for an entry level photographer. It has 24.2 – megapixels,...

How to Use Your DSLR Camera

Using Your DSLR Camera Most of today's DSLR's (Digital Single Reflex Camera) are similar but the buttons and controls can be found in different places, depending on brand and style. There...

How to Take Pictures of Pregnant Women

Expectant Mother Photography The natural beauty that shows when a woman is expecting is such a wonderful thing, but how you capture it may not be. So how do you...

10 Advantages of an External Flash

External Flash Photography The basic flash that comes on your camera should rarely be used, it adds sharp shadows and flattens out your subject too much. With most DSLR cameras...

What is a DSLR Camera? Understanding How it Works

When considering where to start in becoming a serious photographer the first thing you need is a legit camera. The DSLR camera is the standard must-have. But just because...

How to Take Flattering Photographs

Taking Flattering Photographs As a photographer it is your responsibility to flatter the people in your pictures. You don't want your photos to wind up next to a banana peel...

How to Take Great Photos in Bad Weather

Bad Weather Photography Think of all the things that could get in the way of a perfect photo shoot. If rain, lightning or other so-called bad weather are on your...

14 Tips for Photographing Newborn Babies

The plus of taking baby photos is also the downfall. Babies don't pose for the camera. To your advantage, you won't have to sort through hundreds of phony, cheesy...

Haze Filter

Ultra-Violet Haze Filters The sensors (or film) behind your lens are sensitive to any UV rays that tend to come in with the light.  We can't see the UV rays...

Film Plane

The Film Plane Film plane is a word that came about when actual physical film was used, but is still used in relation to digital photography. So, back when film was...

What Are Megapixels?

Megapixels are an important facet of photography and important to getting quality photographs, but they aren't the determining factor to good photography. Take that into considerations when buying a...

Resolution in Photography

Resolution Resolution is simply the measurement of a pixel plane and is used for measuring monitors, digital photo sensors, and just about anything you'd put on a monitor or photo...

Focal Length

What is Focal Length? Focal Length is the measurement of the optical center of the lens to the film plane. Lenses come in different "focal lengths," and more and more,...

AE-L and AF-L Lock

AE-L Auto Exposure Lock * This button is used to lock exposure in one area of the frame then recompose the photograph. Set your exposure mode to "center weighted" or "spot...

Image Quality Settings

Image Quality Most digital cameras give you choices as to how the sensor records the information it receives when you take a picture. JPEG vs RAW files JPG (large-fine): these are normal...

Hyperfocal: Range of Focus

Range of Focus (Hyperfocal) The area in a photograph, from near to far, which appears to be in sharp focus is called "depth of field" (probably better called "range of...

Nature Closeup

Close Up Photography in Nature You are seeing this butterfly about twice it's normal size. John took this beautiful image with a 100mm macro (close-up) lens and Kodak 800 Max...

Wildlife Photography – 4 Short Lessons

Lesson #1: First Things First Success as a wildlife photographer starts with a natural affinity for the outdoors and the creatures which inhabit it. Most serious wildlife photographers, while not...

Sports Photography

Learning Sports Photography You can learn more about photography and develop your skills faster by spending some time shooting sports events. Sports Photography is a very demanding form of photography...
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