Here are 4 tips for creating depth and dimension in your images. Doing so will give them more interest and catch people’s attention, getting you more “likes” and shares on your photos.
There’s no magic moment when you arrive and suddenly all your photos are perfect. It doesn’t work that way because photography is a journey. Read this to see why you can’t take short cuts, and it’s better to travel the long road.
A guest article from Photographer John Davenport on how to make your photographs more interesting by adding a focal point. Great for beginner or intermediate photographers alike.
Many beginner photographers are afraid of having too many, or any, shadows in their images. While that can hold true, using shadows is also just as important, because a lack of them will leave you with dull, drab, lifeless images. These tips will show you how to use shadows to make dramatic images. Maybe you’ll come up with some new photo ideas.
Part of photography, or any new thing you are learning, is overcoming limits. Sometimes that means pushing your boundaries, getting out of your comfort zone, and doing things that scare you a bit. In this article we’ll explore 6 ways you can overcome some of these fears, and move forward with your photography.