We always love to hear some tips an advice from Professional Photographers. In this article, we have collected 10 incredible photography tutorials from 500px Blog. Click on the photo to read full article.
#1. How to Capture Beautiful Waterfall Photos
Christian Hoiberg is a Norwegian landscape photographer with the urge to travel. His lust to explore has given him the opportunity to photograph many unique and beautiful places. Through his website he teaches the techniques he uses when creating images. Christian always shares his knowledge and is happy to educate photographers of all levels.
#2. Max Rive Shares His Story and Tips for Shooting Tiny People in Massive Landscapes
If you’re a landscape photography lover, Max Rive is a name you should be intimately familiar with by now. The mountain exploring photographer captures breathtaking peaks, valleys, and rivers, against which you often find a solitary, tiny human figure — usually Max himself.
#3. Tips For Capturing Magical Portraits Of Children
Adrian Murray is a portrait photographer and dental school student from Kentucky, USA. He discovered photography when he found out that the best way to help ease the stress from school was to document his family. Soon, his passion for photography grew. Here are few tips from Adrian Murray.
#4. 7 Tips for Photographing Foxes and Other Animals in the Snow
Roeselien Raimond is a Netherlands-based photographer who is fascinated by both nature and creativity. After working as an art therapist, she shifted her focus and became a professional web designer. In 2009, she won a semi-professional camera in a photo contest, which encouraged her to take photography more seriously. Here are few tips from Roselien.
#5. Capturing Stories in Coffee Cup Reflections
Dina Belenko is a creative still-life photographer from Russia and incredibly successful 500px Prime photographer. Her artistic images capture magical stories behind everyday inanimate objects. In this tutorial, Dina shares an amazing technique for capturing shapes in the reflections of coffee and tea. Read on, stay inspired, and enjoy!
#6. A Step-by-Step Beginner’s Guide to Photographing Your First Wedding
Chris Garbacz is a Melbourne-based wedding photographer with 10 years experience and just shy of 400 weddings under his belt. He likes to say that he has “seen it all and experienced almost every scenario imaginable,” but the best part is that he still loves photographing weddings after all this time!
#7. Tips For Photographing Amazing Arctic Landscapes
Stian Klo is an award-winning landscape and travel photographer, workshop instructor, and tour guide from Norway. In this tutorial, Stian will share with you his expert tips for photographing cold-weather landscapes like the Arctic Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway. Read on, and get inspired to plan your next winter photo getaway!
#8. Pro Photographers Share Family-Friendly Tips For Travelling With Kids
We get why photographers who are parents would choose not to bring their little ones along on a photo shoot with them. But these days, we’re seeing more and more photographers like Adrian Sommeling, Elena Shumilova, Lisa Holloway, Adrian Murray, and Suzy Mead involve their own kids in the process. Read more..
#9. Still Life Photography Tips for Beginners by Dina Belenko
Incredible still life photographer Dina Belenko to have a look back at one of her first photos, complete with a breakdown of what is wrong with it and some solid advice for beginners. Read more…
#10. 35 Mobile Photography Tips That’ll Help You Take Much Better Smartphone Shots
Want to take better photos with your smartphone? Great! We asked 4 talented 500px photographers to share their tips for making the most of your mobile phone’s camera. So if you wanna start capturing smartphone photos like the ones above, get out a pen and pad and prepare to take notes.
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