Sometimes it is the simplest pictures that work best. And in terms of photo composition and lighting, shots don’t come any simpler than silhouette photography.
In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how to use a tilt-shift lens to shoot a ‘toy town’-style miniature effect.
In this creative photography tutorial we’ll show you how to build an entire still life cityscape with just nuts and bolts and complete the effect with lighting and focus-stacking techniques.
In this macro photography tutorial you’ll learn that a rainy day needn’t be a washout, as raindrops can really bring close-up shots to life.
If you’re lacking inspiration and not sure how to approach a subject in a more original way, here are six photo ideas that will help you to break free from what you know and help with more creative compositions!
Stuck with only a prime lens to work with in your kit bag. Don’t see it as a limitation; take it as an opportunity to explore your creativity! Here’s how…
In this tutorial we’ll show you a quick mixed media technique for combining your portraits with hand drawings. Download our start file and follow along!
We show you how to turn an average city scene into an intriguing urban abstract using this fast photo editing technique.
In this infrared photography tutorial we go beyond the visible colour spectrum to capture striking images. We’ll show you how to shoot infrared photography using a filter, how to shoot infrared with a converted DSLR and how to process your infrared images on the computer.
The term ‘camera drag’ may not sound like a particularly good idea, but don’t worry, we guarantee that your camera will come to no harm. Camera drag is actually a technique that adds motion blur to your images by moving the camera during an exposure to render the scene as an abstract palette of colours…. Continue reading