Locking your shutter open for an extended period of time can result in some really cool shots. Long exposure techniques can be used for things like car light trails, smoothing out water in waterfalls, rivers, etc, and can make clouds look like they’re moving and streaking across the sky. When needed, you can even make people disappear from your shot. Here’s how to pull of each of these long shutter speed techniques.
If you want to take your photography to the next level, you may just need to get way out of your comfort zone and get uncomfortable! Here are 5 images and the stories of the un-comfort levels that had to be overcome to create them.
April 18th is World Heritage Day so here is an article on a country rich with recognized heritage sites as a little inspiration for you and to get your travel bug motivated. Myanmar – the Golden Land.
Here are some great tips for shooting in local markets when travelling or on your next vacation or trip. Follow these recommendations for dynamic images that will impress your friends and family.
It’s nearly impossible to avoid the cliché photos of major attractions when traveling or doing travel photography. Here are some ideas on how to avoid the cliché shots OR how you could actually embrace and enjoy taking them anyway.