Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Small Budget Photography: Lenses

Small Budget Photography: Lenses: "A Guest Post by Cameron ShulakAs much as we might hate to admit it, price is one of the most prominent factors when selecting photography equipment."

The Importance of Personal Projects

The Importance of Personal Projects: "Can turning pro kill your passion for photography? The importance of personal projects.

Living the dream of turning your passion into a profitable business sounds like the ideal job and, in many ways, it is the best job in the world. But it doesn’t come without its drawbacks."

Low Light Photography Tips – PictureCorrect

Low Light Photography Tips – PictureCorrect: "Low light photography is something that we all must deal with as photographers. Whether you’re taking photos with a point and shoot during an evening out, shooting a wedding party or capturing a landscape at dusk it’s important to understand the basics of shooting with low light. Photography is all about light, low light photography is no different and it offers new challenges and opportunities for creativity. Here is a helpful infographic on the subject:"

Using Popular Television to Boost Your Knowledge of Classic Lighting

Using Popular Television to Boost Your Knowledge of Classic Lighting: "With the ever growing presence of online photo sharing sites like flickr and facebook, amateurs and professionals alike are bombarded with millions of images every day to observe and study. Photographic masters such as Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Yousuf Karsh, and Steven Meisel have, for years, been creating iconic images that photographers of all levels have used to study and compare lighting techniques. It does make sense for a photographer to study photographs to help heighten their knowledge however, taking a more cinematic approach can prove to be not only beneficial but well, relaxing at the same time."

Wedding Photography Shot List – PictureCorrect

Wedding Photography Shot List – PictureCorrect: "For many people, photography is one of the most important elements for any wedding. The bride and groom will generally be so busy during the wedding day, that you want to be able to look back and re-live the moments at a later stage, as well as share these moments with friends and family. For that reason, capturing the key moments of the day is absolutely crucial."