With seemingly thousands of free blog themes to choose from, and happily a lot of them actually are free, picking the right one for your photography website’s intended mood can be a tricky task. The latest in our guide to building photography websites explains how to do it.
As part of our ongoing series to help you get more creative with your digital camera, each month we publish some fun, seasonal, creative photo ideas to help inspire your imagination. Along with some amazing images, we’ve also provided some quick photography tips by photographers who are experts in these fields.
For December we aim to have you experiment with some of the more abstract elements of photography, like bokeh effects, surrealist portraits and capture intriguing shapes in close-up still life photography – while revisiting some of the classic rules of photo composition, like the Rule of Thirds.
One of the best things about blogging these days is that you can do an incredible amount for free. That said, if you’re willing to part with a bit of extra cash you can get all kinds of upgrades for your photo blog. Here we take a look at the key elements of photography websites for which you may consider making paid upgrades… or those you may not.
Yes, it’s that time of year again. But Christmas gifts for photographers don’t have to be a DSLR costing hundreds. Instead there are a range of fun or practical, cheap gifts which are sure to be appreciated by the photographer in your life.
What’s the best way to prepare your photos for sharing online? The latest in our guide to building photography websites explains how to do it.
If you really want to get experimental with photography, you could always try what photographer Dominique Vankan did and build yourself a custom large format camera. What were his building blocks of choice? His somewhat questionable choices were LEGO, cardboard, and duct tape.
Photography websites are a great way to showcase your best images and also share with readers the story behind how they were made. Our new series explores the secrets to starting and running a successful photo blog.
In our first post our expert, Amy Davies, reviews some of the top free photo blogging sites on the web. Here, we take a look at some of the top free photography websites for blogging your photos.
By now you’ve seen (we hope!) the first installment of our 3-part series looking at celebrity photographers who are actually celebrities themselves, as well as last week’s second installment. We now conclude our list of famous photographers who aren’t famous for their photography with the final group of 10 celebrities.
So sit back. Relax. And see what mega stars like Brad Pitt like to shoot. And Agent Cooper. And have you ever wondered what The Velvet Underground’s Lou Reed photographs with his camera? Here’s your chance to find out.
In his latest post, guest blogger and pro landscape photographer David Clapp recounts his struggle with the weather when shooting autumn colour in the Lake District.
Find out which celebrity photographers are actual celebrities in their own right. Part 2 of our top 30 raises some surprisingly famous names.