How’d you like them apples? In this quick tutorial we show you how to create a fun optical illusion in your photography using fruit for a mind-bending still life scene.
Using natural patterns in photography is a great way to improve your compositional skills, and can also help transform the ordinary into something extraordinary, as nature pro Mark Hamblin explains…
We’re kicking off April with a new list of exciting photo projects like brooding landscapes, portraits of mothers and babies, creative forests and even selling your images!
In this creative photography tutorial we’ll show you how to get arty with your street portraits by designing a table-top street scene silhouette.
Create a still life bokeh backdrop in a way you may not have come across before
In this black and white photography tutorial, we’ll show you how to choose your subjects, set up your camera and how simple but effective adjustments in Photoshop can make your images stand out.
Low-key lighting is great fun to use on an indoor shoot, and all it requires is a DSLR, a tripod and a table lamp. You’ll also need a suitable subject to capture, of course – in this tutorial we’ve selected the classic ‘apples and pears’ for a still life photography setup.
If you’re new to photography or if you’ve just upgraded to a new camera – perhaps you’ve bought yourself one in the sales – and taking your first pictures with a camera that gives you more control, you’re probably feeling conflicting emotions. On one hand you’re probably itching to get shooting some of the many picture opportunities that abound at Christmas, but on the other feeling a bit daunted and unsure about what to photograph.
Looking for inspiration for your photography? Look no further than these 8 creative photo ideas to try in December!
In this quick tutorial we show you how to create amazing abstract images by photographing reflections in oil and water.