In this tutorial, professional travel and landscape photographer David Clapp explains why photographers shouldn’t overlook the potential that APS-C cameras offer for taking great image
At a basic level, shutter speed is used to control exposure, but it can also be used as a creative tool that freezes action or adds dramatic blur to moving subjects. In this tutorial we’ll explain some of the common mistakes you might encounter while trying to achieve the five classic shutter speed effects of freezing movement, blurring action, using blur creatively, long exposures and night photography.
We’re kicking off February with 9 fresh and creative ideas to try, from back-yard safaris to environmental portraiture, fun with shadows and reflections, long-lens landscapes and more!
Everyone has an opinion on how to shoot landscapes. But the thing is, there is a secret to producing winning landscape photography with wow factor. Follow these 8 simple steps and you’ll get a top-notch shot every time you go out.
In this tutorial we show you how to use empty space in your compositions when shooting minimalist landscape photography.
Looking for photo inspiration this month? Look no further than these 9 creative photo ideas to shoot in January!
As a way of saying thanks for all of your support over the past year, we’d like to give you a free – no strings attached – copy of our popular eBook, Outdoor Landscape and Nature Photography!
Minimalist photography is about much more than peaceful, Zen-like landscapes. Here are some tips to get you started in the art of stripping back…
Composition is an art and also a science, and an area where a lot of otherwise technically proficient photographers can struggle. It’s not something that can be taught, like the relationship between aperture and shutter speeds or figuring out hyper-focal distance, but here are some essential tips to help you with framing… 1 What are… Continue reading
Professional photographers tend to think differently – or more accurately, they have a different set of attitudes and mental checklists as they approach a shoot. Here are 10 ways you can raise your photographic game by thinking more ‘pro like…’