So you already know that the rule of thirds, leading lines, and framing your photo are some of the basic photography composition techniques photographers commonly use. Here are a few other not so common composition techniques that can set your photos apart from the rest! Left to Right Put the focus point of your subject CONTINUE
I'll get you shooting in manual mode in 20 minutes or less in this tutorial. It's easier than you might think. Check it out....
As a photographer, mistakes are a part of life. They help us grow and become better photographers. For example: how many of us have been outside taking photographs and then walked inside, gotten distracted, and forgotten to adjust our settings to the new lighting? Adjusting to changes like this become more automatic with time, but CONTINUE
The dreaded pop-up flash. For many photographers, the thought of using only our built-in flash makes us cringe – and for good reasons. When not carefully altered, the pop-up flash gives off a harsh, direct light that is unnatural. Your photographs will turn out flat every time because the head-on direction of the light erases CONTINUE
I often hear photographers preaching the gospel of mirror lockup as a way to achieve sharper images. In fact, when shooting at a popular landscape photography destination like Yellowstone, you’ll often hear most of the cameras using mirror lockup. Mirror lockup is a function available in most cameras (though not some of the entry level CONTINUE
When photographers are interested in buying a full frame camera for the first time as an upgrade from their crop frame DSLR, they often have a nagging question. Most photographers have heard there is a difference in the field of view (how much of the scene you can see) when using the same focal length CONTINUE
Have you ever taken photographs in a gymnasium only to have the photo come out with a sickly yellow tinge? This frustrating situation has to do with the color of light and the white balance in your camera. Fortunately, there are ways to fix this problem either in the camera or in post-processing. Most gyms CONTINUE