Minimalism is a very subjective concept in the art world. The Webster dictionary defines it as follows: A style or technique that is characterized by extreme spareness and simplicity. Some love it, others hate it, but no one seems to be indifferent
Fueled by a desire to take better photos, last year I got myself a nice DSLR for Christmas. I’m certainly no photography expert - but I did take the time learn a few photography tips I could immediately use to take substantially better photos.
Want to learn more about your Canon DSLR without leaving the comfort of its LCD screen? Canon has a series of "on-camera tutorials" that you can load and watch on most of its latest DSLR models. Also see the link below!
One of my favourite places to shoot is the coast due to its variety and ease of access. I’m fortunate to live in a country such as New Zealand which has an abundance of beaches, even in a big city like Auckland. Here are some tips on how to capture beautiful photos at the beach.
Editing and processing your images can definitely be a chore when you have a lot of them. Photoshop is clearly the flagship program for editing images, but what if you want a more focused way of polishing your images? If you want to focus more on correction and details, then Camera Raw may be just what you’re looking for.
Architectural photography is one of the most loved and critical form of photography as in architecture photography the photographer has got a lot to do in order to bring some emotions alive in a non-living object.
The wide dynamic range allows a human eye to see details among shadows and highlights or say to see a faint light as clear light. So when a subject is shot at different exposure levels and later combined to a single image, a good-looking HDR image is formed.
Most digital camera user guides do mention holding the camera, however, classically it’s attractive brief and from all the user manuals we’ve seen the instructions are not done well. Most of the time new digital camera owners pick up their new camera and start taking pictures with very little consideration about how they’re holding it. Luckily, holding a camera properly is not that tough.
My name is David Taylor. I’m a professional landscape and travel photographer and author of 12 photography books, based in Northumberland, England. Welcome to an extract from my new MyPhotoSchool 4 week online course Beginners Guide to Digital Photography. In this course I’ll be introducing and explaining concepts, such as exposure and white balance, shutter speed and aperture.
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