Creative Photo Challenge No. 7 – Collage Portrait
We all need fresh ways of exploring the same creative outlet. New angles, inspiration or even a completely new way to compose and construct a final image. Its this newness that keeps us inspired, on our toes, and ultimately (and hopefully) doing our best work….
8 Tips To Master The Art of Architecture Photography
Architecture is art — but pretending that photographing a building is simple will only result in lackluster architectural shots. From slanting lines that should be straight to finding the right light, photographing architecture can be challenging — no matter if your capturing modern buildings or older buildings….
Photography Basics: Simple Composition Techniques
Photography is a complicated art form. The elements of exposure, composition, light, subject matter, moment, and many others all come together to make a single two-dimensional image that is presented to a viewer. Learning all of this is time-consuming and difficult. Taken step-by-step, however, each…
Basic Portrait Photography: A Better Way to Shoot
Portrait photography, I firmly believe is the single most challenging genre of photography. There is so much to learn and so many unknowns during your session that even basic portrait photography can be extremely complex. As with all forms of photography, the goal is to…
Scott Robert Lim on The 4 Elements of A Phenomenal Photograph
What makes a photograph stand out? What makes the human eye linger? At a time when people snap digital pictures of everything from dinner plates to new haircuts, how do we create photographs that transcend the noise? What are the components of an image that…
10 Basic Posing Techniques for Fine Art Portraits
In portraiture, posing is the key element that differentiates great from good. All the latest gear, creativity, lighting and beautiful models in the world can’t save your portraits if you don’t know the first thing about posing. In her course, Master Your Craft, conceptual photographer…
3 Principles of Great Photography | How to Give the Eye What It Wants
“You have a really good eye!” It’s the compliment tossed at every photographer, suggesting they are innately able to see things others don’t. Tyler Wirken rejects this praise; he’s worked hard to see what he sees (and photographs). “I have trained my brain to interpret…
Why Early Shoot Times and Funky Weather Make for Great Photos
If you have no photography knowledge, looking at an image might not allow you to fully understand the detail and work that goes into every image. Three of the most crucial aspects of photography are content, composition, and light. Though content and composition are usually…
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