Last week I invited you to join me in a Google Plus hangout to answer any of your photography questions. A few of you did and we had some great discussions. If you were not able to join us live, you can watch the recordings below.
All the greats have heroes, get yourself one. Having a hero is a great motivator and gives you something to work towards. This is a list of some iconic photographers throughout history to get you started. This list is not exhaustive by any means, but rather the ones that have meant something to me. If you have other favourites, please list them in the comments section below and tell me why they are your heroes.
New series featuring projects by upcoming and aspiring photographers and readers. This week how personal projects can help you boost creativity and increase your passion for photography.
The Making of a Good Travel Photograph, guest writer walks us through how he created one of his favorite images from a trip to Italy. Includes before and after and tips on how to create better travel photos.
In this article I’m going to go over some of the important things you need to know about your preference settings, how I set them up, and why. Lightroom is a powerful tool, but like any tool how you use it makes all the difference. Tweaking just a couple things can either make it lightning fast, or have you clock watching. Follow this tips and it should help you understand the options a bit better.