I asked a recent photo tour participant Jana Allingham why she went on the trip and what she got out of it. She shares her thoughts on learning more about photography, her experiences with the people of Nicaragua and her images with us. Interestingly enough, in her interview she states how important picking up your camera every day is to moving your craft forward. This was the subject of a recent photography challenge here on Digital Photo Mentor and Jana certainly saw the value of it on the tour.
Do you want to take better photos of landmarks? Here are some tips to help you make them more interesting. Whether you travel to famous places, or stick close to home – you can use this tips to improve your photography.
In this article I wanted to share a few things I see in my classes and workshops. Some beginners photography mistakes that might be causing you some grief also. Even if you are more advanced, you may find a tip here to help you improve your photos as well.
What do you do to make sure you’re getting the best quality images from your camera? These six tips will help you take cleaner, sharper better composed images suitable for as many uses as possible and leave you a little room for error too.
Patience is a virtue. Applying it to your photography will help you take better photos. These series of images show an example of how waiting for the moment can make or break your photo. See if you agree and share your images.