Choosing the best angle, when shooting food, comes from a good observation and an inner feeling.Before composing your image, try to enter into a visual meditation, move calmly around your subject and simply observe with your bare eyes.
The holiday season is upon us! For any of you camera enthusiasts out there, this is the perfect time to put those cameras to good use. Use photos to show and tell people about your holiday traditions, whatever you celebrate this time of year.
A tragic story of sadness and caution today out of Sacramento, where 52-year-old photographer and high school visual arts teacher Kathy Carlisle was taking pictures in a rail yard, when she was struck from behind by an approaching train.
"In photography composition is everything. Where you place the various elements and how they relate to each other creates a ‘wow’ image or relegates your photo to the mediocre.
How to create a composition that will turn heads and make you proud is the holy grail of photography. Of course there are different strokes for different folks, but, it all boils down to the same thing, composition."
Poland-born photo-artist Dariusz Klimczak conjures up whimsical scenes from his imagination and transforms them into surreal photographs. Blending the line between reality and fantasy, Klimczak’s pictures bring together diverse elements in a creative manner to form hauntingly beautiful images.
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.
Steve George's insight:
5 Simple techniques all budding photographers should master.
Ever notice how the food you buy from McDonald's tends to look a bit well, underwhelming, compared to the giant-sized photographs of their burgers they use on their menus? If so, rest assured you're curiosity doesn't stand alone.
In previous articles we have considered photography tips using water as an ideal photo subject during warm seasons when it involves waves, waterscapes, waterfalls, reflections, abstracts, spray 'n splash, bubbles 'n foam, puddles, condensation,...
I spent early Saturday wandering around downtown Vancouver taking photos with Kai. Street photography is a very interesting area in photography to me. The process that goes into taking photos is both incredibly nerve-racking, but at the same time quite relaxing.