5 New Photography Tips

5 New Photography Tips

Phone reflection Reflections can also be used to instill a degree of the atmosphere in an image. The muted tones and misty conditions work perfectly with the gentle ripples of the water, and we see again how the reflections balance the image to give a composition...

Tips For Photographing Aquatic Animals

Animal portraits can often be tricky photographs to achieve, but with the added challenge of creating underwater photos, it can often seem impossible to get close enough to get the authentic and colorful images you envision. Not only do diving conditions complicate...

5 Ways to Take Great Photos of Your Cat

Snapping a great picture of your cat can be a challenge. Often the cat is moving so fast the shot is blurry, or he’s looking in the opposite direction, or he darts out of range, and all that’s captured is the tip of his tail. Here are five more simple tips for getting...
Tips For Photographing Moving Water

Tips For Photographing Moving Water

All of us have seen those fantastic, silky, cotton candy seaside scenes or milky, white waterfalls falling down a rock face. They all look so professional and challenging to shoot. Now, equipment may play a small part, but it’s simple to shoot moving water. The key is...
Tips For Telling Stories With Your Photos

Tips For Telling Stories With Your Photos

Stories are integral to human culture, and storytelling is a timeline. In photographic practice, visual storytelling is often called a photo essay or photo story. It’s a way for a photographer to narrate a story with a series of photographs. If we consider...
5 Photo Pose For Girls

5 Photo Pose For Girls

If you ask a subject to stand in front of a pretty background and pose for you, you’ll generally end up with problems. Photo Pose 1: Sit and lookup When you ask your subject to sit while you stand, it will cause her to look up at you. This will make her eyes appear...