Winter is not many people’s favourite season, but even so, it does have some advantages for an outdoor photographer. The light is low throughout the day, which is great for texture and shape in landscape photography.
A multiple exposure is the combination of two or more exposures to make a single image. A multiple exposure can consist of several different exposures of the same subject, or several exposures of different subjects.
Cropping; both in-camera and during post processing can dramatically change and image. Follow our advice and take your photography to the next level 10 years ago when I bought my first DSLR camera 6MP was consider large.
Most people think the digital cameras histogram only shows you your exposure. Few realize that it can also tell you a lot about image quality. Some of you may have heard the saying: “Exposing to the right“ But what does it really mean?
A JPEG is a compressed image file, and it is smaller in size than a TIFF, PSD or a RAW file. This means that you can fit more photographs on your memory card or your computer hard disk if they are JPEG’s – which sounds like a good thing.
Unless we are lucky enough to live in a fabulous, unspoilt area of countryside, most of us will often make some sort of journey to get to a photographic location, whether it is just half an hour away, or on the other side of the globe.
One of the simplest ways to improve an image is to change the camera angle. By cropping out unwanted distractions from your backgrounds you can create more dynamic, contemporary images with more punch and drama.
Travel Photography: Using Google Earth to Plan Your Photography Trips For so many of us, a short holiday or city break is the only chance we have to travel, and photography provides the proof and memories of times well spent.
Packing your camera bag for a day out can sometimes be a bit of a dilemma – on the one hand, you want to take every piece of gear you own, just in case you might need it, but on the other hand, you know you’ve got to carry it all!
Photographers who work outdoors with natural light, rather than in a studio, have to make the best of the prevailing weather conditions. This will be especially true when we’re visiting a location at some distance from where we live. If a...
The successful use of colour in photography is a fundamental creative tool. By understanding the concepts of Colour Theory we can arm ourselves with the ability to make key decisions that will greatly influence the success of our images.