Category : Tutorials

How to Shoot a Wedding Venue in Low Light

Guest Article by: Abhinav Jain The toughest part of shooting a wedding is to struggle with artificial lighting. If it’s an outdoor venue, you can rely on natural light. But when the reception is indoors, you have to be photography pro. What makes for disastrousreception photography is the combination of…

Understanding Exposure: Perfect Exposure on your EOS Camera – An Ebook by Andrew S Gibson

Even as an experienced photographer there are still times when I get the exposure wrong. It’s easy to forget the basics and assume that the exposure is correct instead of actually checking to make sure. If you’re experiencing problems with exposure and are struggling to understand why, then there are…

Mastering Photography: A Beginner’s Guide to Using Digital Cameras – Ebook by Andrew S Gibson

Amongst numerous aspiring photographers and art enthuthiasts out there, not many would have crossed the age of being an amateur without any stumbles. Need to say this especially when it comes to handling any digital camera, these days with hell a lot of options, obviously the good ones but to…

3 Simple steps to capture the magic, An Interesting article by Jennifer McCarren

Kids at their sublime beauty with the mood highly lit for an interesting photo shoot, Jennifer McCarren makes the scene much happier through seperate bonding with the kids and the tool in her mind shoot even better photographs. Kids aren’t posed here and they are more than happy to draw…

Powerful Imagery: The Photographer’s Insight – An Ebook By Mitchell Kanashkevich

Until sometime, it had never been a trend for famous photographers and pro’s to share their winning formula, show their before and afters, most valuable contact sheets, and some insight into the on field expertise. But the time seems to be changing and indeed on a positive note more professional…

Top 25 Positive Photography Tutorials of 2013 – A Genial Roundup

Tutorials no matter what genre they represent, had always earned warm applause from our readers. Interesting how to’s and realistic tips  for any photographer had been our motto behind writing these tutorials. In a way, our articles have been slightly advanced level since our fans & readers demand such diversity…

30 Tips and Tricks for Portrait Photography by Neil Creek

Neil Creek has just published his new ebook 30 Tips and Tricks for Portrait Photography which is a distillation of his experience shooting portraits into wisdom that you can apply to your photo shoots today. Here he shares a little bit of that knowledge. No matter what camera you own,…

Analyzing the Iconic Pictures – Part 4

To Continue with our last post, this is yet another breakdown of groundbreaking work from our masters of photography. Analyzing some iconic photographs would be one of interesting aspects of photography, for it provides an in-depth analysis and idea to all the aspirants in this field. As always, looking at…

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