Photo Tips and TechniquesEveryday Photo Tips for Better Photography
I really hope the snow has melted wherever you find yourself in the world. It’s been a tough winter for many people living in North America … one where I’m sure there were more people holding snow shovels than cameras. But now that the daffodils are announcing the arrival (or at least the promise!) of spring, it’s time to shake off the winter blues, and get outside with your camera. Here are some tips that I hope will set you on the right path.
We’re proud to present a two part series of HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH FLOWERS photo tips. Many of the pictures were taken by people just like you. They love photography and they love flowers and they were willing to get their knees dirty. That’s pretty much all it takes.
Any milestone or family event deserves special photographic consideration. The end of a school year is as good a time as any to point out some basics to preserve those memories. I realize that in the Southern Hemisphere you’re in the middle of the school year. (I only have one thought for you. Nah na nah na nah! Obviously, our turn will come next December.)
Our photographic celebration of life itself continues with Part Two of How to Photograph Flowers.
Again, I’ve used many of the photographs you folks posted on our Facebook page as examples – thank you for your talents and inspiration!
The winter of 2015-2016 has been a season of ups and downs in Philadelphia and likely that's how it was for you where ever you live. It was 73 degrees on Christmas day and then a few weeks later we had 30 inches of snow on a Friday night. School didn't resume...
1. LIKE ALL HOLIDAYS, SIMPLER IS OFTEN BETTER A couple of eggs, a classic basket, and a simple handmade sign and all of a sudden it’s Easter. Easter does not require much in terms of props. Kim Anderson did a lovely job of posing her kids in an alley way making them...