In this tutorial, I will go through the main equipment, software and advice you will need to take stunning photos of the moon in its best moments.
Are you trying to decide which DSLR camera lens is the right lens for you? Learn how to use buying guides, reviews, product comparisons, and more to make an educated decision about your next purchase.
I can think of more things I have heard unthinking people say to my husband and me as photographers, but I wanted to keep the list short. Here it is, things you should not say to a photographer.
You don't need to be a professional photographer to sell your photos via microstock picture libraries. Learn how.
Taking photographs at night can be a challenge worth pursuing. There are numerous opportunities to capture images that are otherwise unavailable during the day.
Here are five easy-to-apply tips to help you improve your wildlife photography. Awaken your inner artist as you spend time out in nature!
Forget your cell phone "selfies" and take your self portraits to a whole new level of professionalism and creativity!
Robins are common songbirds in Ontario, Canada. Here is a photo essay that solely focuses on these beautiful birds.
Len Rapoport International Press Association President and publisher of IMPress Magazine shows you how to take truly amazing photos with an inexpensive 50mm lens for your DSLR camera. You will learn how to get amazing Bokeh, the soft out of focus background, in your portraits and that means true professional results.
Good quality photos enhance an article, blog or other web page. Composition, exposure, focusing, depth of field and perspective are just some issues which should be considered when taking photos
I will cover how to use Gimp 2.8 to improve your photographs using basic editing techniques to adjust the color, contrast, and sharpness. This is an art as much as it is a technical process. It is a blending of using a linear process and intuition.
Picking a name is a task that should not be taken lightly! Take a look at our list of 50 creative photography business name ideas for inspiration.
I'm not a professional, but that won't stop me from taking photos of what I love! I love traveling, exploring new places, and going on adventures. And when I go new places, my camera has to come too
In this photo essay, I photographed birds that winter in Kingston, Ontario. You will see common birds, such as the robin, to less common ones, like the house finches.
If you've been doing photography a while, you might find yourself in a rut, repeatedly shooting what you're comfortable with. Sometimes it's good to look at the innovative work of others to help spur our creative juices!