Tips For Taking Better Food Photos

Tips For Taking Better Food Photos

A good photo can make food look even more delectable than it already is.

 
Camera Modes Explained

Camera Modes Explained

Learning to shoot in manual mode will help you understand photography.

 
The Importance of a Focal Point

The Importance of a Focal Point

A focal point is the part of an image that draws the eye.

 
10 Photography Mistakes to Avoid

10 Photography Mistakes to Avoid

Take your photos to the next level.

 
 

Photography Tips & Tutorials

Flash Photography Tips

Flash Photography Tips

Flash photography is the use of a camera flash bulb in a variety of possible situations where there doesn’t seem to be enough light. The most common use of flash photography is group portraits at gatherings where there is not enough light to take a satisfactory exposure. But there are many other situations where the […]

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DIY Medium Format Film Scanner

DIY Medium Format Film Scanner

Many photographers still enamored with film photography can attest to the unpleasantness of tediously digitizing film negatives. Costly scanners often work slowly, taking several minutes at a time just to convert a single image. Ken Xu, a photographer based out of Atlanta, GA and a fan of medium format film, devised a way of speeding […]

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How to Photograph Shattering Glass

How to Photograph Shattering Glass

Okay this one’s going to a bit messy, and it’s highly recommended that you do not try this at home without safety glasses and other protective gear. In this video, photographer Karl Taylor shows you how to freeze and capture the moment when a wine glass shatters on impact: The key to the setup is […]

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How to Take Macro Photos

How to Take Macro Photos

Macroscopic photography offers photographers a unique view of the world to explore with an unlimited amount of color, texture, and physical architecture. Macro photography is magnified photography, which is used to produce an image that is larger in the film plane (or digital sensor) than in real life. Macro Photography on a Point & Shoot […]

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Top 3 Props Portrait Photographers Should Have

Top 3 Props Portrait Photographers Should Have

Whether you’re shooting in a studio or on location, portrait photography has the ability to become very repetitive. One of the most common ways to help liven up your photography is to use props. Props are fantastic for a variety of reasons. They’re fun, they can give your model something to interact with, or even […]

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Bokeh Panorama Technique for Wildlife Photography

Bokeh Panorama Technique for Wildlife Photography

You might normally think of bokeh panoramas as relevant to portrait photography. They’re great when you want the subject to pop off the screen and show an interesting 3D effect. But they can also be used in other contexts. Mathieu Stern created this video to demonstrate how he uses a bokeh panorama for wildlife photography. […]

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