It’s not just the speed of your subject that counts, it’s where you stand and the angle you shoot from. Discover how to shoot fast-moving objects like a pro with our new photography cheat sheet!
The saying ‘practice makes perfect’ is as valid for photography as any other activity, so in their latest guest post our friends at Photoventure have put together a collection of exercises that will help you become a better photographer.
Every digital camera has a plethora of different features and functions, but it can be bewildering to know which ones to use and when, so we’ve come-up with the five essential features that you need to master to help you get perfect results every time.
Professional photographers use their cameras every day, so they get to know it really well and understand the best way to set it up and use it. Here are six of the most useful pro tips.
What is shutter speed? In this quick primer we’ll explain how to use shutter speed to make your exposures faster or slower for instant photographic creativity.
In their latest guest blog post, the photo management and Canon Project1709 experts at Photoventure take a look at some of the key benefits that new cameras can bring other than a change in pixel count.
Dynamic range is at the heart of exposure theory, and nowadays it’s much easier to measure. However, there are four situations where dynamic range can be an issue for photographers.
Our photography cheat sheet spells out these four common problems with dynamic range and explains what you can do to make sure you get it right.
Our Shoot Like a Pro series on mastering some of the fundamental camera techniques concludes with a look at colour photography and how you can use your camera to get accurate colours in your scenes, and then fine tune them on the computer.
The key to choosing the best camera settings for sunsets is to make sure you capture the sunset’s colours as they are, not how the camera ‘thinks’ they should be.
In our photography cheat sheet we’ve provided some of the ideal settings for sunsets. Use these as a starting point and then let your creativity take over!
Want to avoid some of the more common mistakes made by photographers? Here are 6 camera settings that many get wrong along with some advice on how to get it right.