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!
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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…’
Have you ever wondered how pro photographers capture movement in their landscape shots to produce soft, blurry clouds and misty waterfalls? Are your long exposures just not delivering the same effect? Chances are that those pro images have been shot using a neutral density filter. These dark filters are designed to reduce the amount of light reaching the sensor in order to increase exposure times, without affecting the colour of the image. But how do you know when to use ND filters?
We’re kicking off November with 9 fresh and creative photo ideas to try, from vibrant doors to focus-racked fireworks.
In this video tutorial we’ll show you how to think beyond the obvious and shoot unique images of autumn that make the most of the season’s stunning array of colours.
Panoramas are a great way to add impact to a stunning vista. In this video tutorial we’ll show you how to set up your camera to shoot panoramic photography.