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.
My husband and I travel a lot. What to take with me in terms of camera gear is always a challenge. I get this question a lot in my travel photography class too. So I thought I’d go over my thought process of how to decide what to take, and what to leave at home. What…
Henri Cartier-Bresson is credited with the phrase “Decisive Moment”. The alternative is “Spray and Pray” shoot anything and everything. This article discussed pros and cons of both methods and when to use each, along with some tips on how you can use the Decisive Moment to help you take better photos.
Mission Possible – Find Your Lost Creativity with Six Exercises. Some believe that you are either born with creativity or you are not. I disagree and I think that it is in you and you’ve just lost it. But fear not – I’ve got 6 exercises or missions for you to do to help you get it back, or at least on the road to finding it. These might be tough and they may be challenging for you, but these will help you move forward with your photography.