If you want to develop as a photographer, it’s essential to keep your momentum going. Here are some tips to help you stay at it
Shooting the same subject in the same way isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it can be a great way of improving your technique and taking better pictures. However, most photographers go through periods in which their photography becomes a bit stale and they’re effectively taking the same shots over and over again without making any… Continue reading
In this tutorial we show you how to capture beautiful hot air balloon pictures on the ground and in flight. We’ll show you six ideas for taking creative images at a local balloon festival.
Create a still life bokeh backdrop in a way you may not have come across before
This time of year, many of us start thinking about new year’s resolutions for our photography – or more specifically, we begin looking for interesting photography projects to kickstart our creativity.
Our former colleague and avid photographer, Amy Davies, did this by taking the concept of the 365 project to a whole new level. This time last year she vowed to use a different camera every single day of 2014. She managed to do it. And this is her story…
From easy home photography projects you can do today to creative long-terms projects, here are 52 fantastic photo ideas you have to try this year.
The combo of strawberries and milk is a staple of TV cereal ads, and in this tutorial we show you how to shoot split-second splash photography.
In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how to use your camera to make striking abstract images that bring out your inner Rothko…
It might be the short winter days, bad weather or even that you’ve just run out of ideas, but once in a while we all lose a little of our photographic drive and find ourselves lacking motivation. But never fear, we’ve got 8 tips to get you back on the road to taking inspirational pictures.
Have you started any photography projects for 2014? If your ideas call for a longer-term project, staying consistent is key. Read on to find out how to stay inspired…