Each one of us wants to become more effective in our photography. That could be winning a competition, selling your images or just taking great photos to put on your wall. So, what is effective for one might not mean effective for another. And, the person who determines how effective is…?
Why is the exposure triangle so important to creative photography? Well, without it there is no creativity to your photography which makes it really important. Oh, you don’t know what the exposure triangle is? It’s your three most fundamental keys to photography. Aperture, shutter speed and ISO which together control how much light reaches your sensor.
There comes a time when you need to define yourself as a photographer. What genres you are interested in e.g. close-ups, landscape or fashion. Most of us start out as generalists and shooting everything we see or that moves. There comes a point where you need to narrow down your interests.
Learn Digital Photography – How to Place Your Subject for Maximum Effect Most beginner and even intermediate photographers have this problem at some stage in their photographic journeys. Knowing where to place a subject for maximum effect in a scene is critical so by following these simple steps you’ll achieve great images. 1. Choose your […]
We all love watching glorious sunsets but very few of us are underwhelmed by our resulting photos. They just don’t seem to look the same as we imagined. Sunsets are technically challenging subjects because of their range in colours and between light and dark. Here are a few tips that will help you capture better sunsets.
Portrait photography was once the realm of the professional portrait photographer but now most amateur photographers can shoot a reasonable selection of portraits without much experience. This is because digital allows you to review your images immediately and make any colour or lighting corrections. So how can the average amateur take good quality portrait photos.