All You Need to Know About Exposure, Aperture and ISO
This article will cover its three main components of exposure: aperture, shutter speed and ISO. At first it might seem to be really difficult to understand, but the experience and practice will help to manage it.
Make a Trendy Double Exposure Effect in Adobe Photoshop
You’ve probably seen this interesting effect of two or more overlapping photos on the covers of music albums, in modern magazines and in advertisements. In this tutorial we’ll create a trendy...
9 Simple Composition Tips That Will Make You a Better Photographer
Improve your photography skills with these 9 photo composition tips by Steve Mccurry.
A little photography experiment
As I was strolling through Pinterest yesterday (yup, totally and blissfully addicted), I came across this picture: Source: diyphotography.net So today I was snapping away indoors on this cloudy, snow-expectant day, and thought I would give it a try. Wanna see the difference a little strategically placed business card makes? These are straight out of the camera shots taken on full auto mode with flash. The first shot: dark and shadowy, esp the background: The second shot, with flash bouncer…
Use the Golden Ratio For Stellar Photo Composition | PicMonkey
Learn all about the golden ratio, Fibonacci/golden spiral, and phi grid. Then put your new knowledge to work and make some great pics, smarty pants.
DIY: How To Make a Professional Softbox for Under $20
Nowadays a softbox needn't be all that expensive - you can get nice results for $100 or even less. But what if there's a way of making it much cheaper, with the same results? That's what we'll be...
How to Turn a Styrofoam Bowl into a DIY Beauty Dish for Your Camera's Flash
To the photographers out there... here's a suggestion. Handmade beauty dish. #somethingtothinkabout
How To: Make 24 DIY Photography Soft Boxes
It would be amazing if everyone had a perfect, clean space full of just-right light all day long, everyday in which we could take photos. But the reality is…
The Great Compositions of Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt
Has someone ever asked you why you like an image? Beneath the surface of great picture, there is a geometric design in hiding. During World War II,
Como Fazer Fotos de Detalhes: Dicas e Técnicas - Eduardo & Mônica
Fotografar detalhes é contar uma parte da história do que está acontecendo. Veja as melhores técnicas e dicas para fotografar detalhes.