One of the tools most frequently overlooked by beginner and improving photographers is the histogram. The histogram is full of information that you can use to make your photographs more interesting to the viewer. In this article, you’ll discover how to make sense of your camera’s histogram and learn a great technique to take advantage of that information.
DSLR and mirrorless cameras are getting smart. Leaving your cameras in full auto mode can give you decent results. However, it barely scrapes the surface of what your camera is capable of. Your camera controls are there to help you sculpt an image the way you see it in your mind. Stepping away from the safety of full auto allows you to learn more about your camera controls helps you develop as a photographer. In this article, you’ll discover how to use the basic camera controls that every DSLR and mirrorless camera has to create really great images.
Did you ever wonder how photographers create such powerful photos when the subject takes up so little space in the frame? They’re simply using Negative Space – a powerful composition technique which helps draw attention to your subject whilst creating a sense of poise and balance. In this article, you’ll learn how to use this technique to create evocative images of your own.
Street Photography is one of the most challenging types of photography to master. It’s technically challenging and it can be a little scary at first.
In this tutorial you’ll discover 10 tips to face your fears and help you confidently and creatively get great results from your street photography.