Photographers who are consistently producing stunning photographs don’t do so because they are lucky, observant, or even more skilled than the average photographer – they do so because they are not being lazy. Are you a lazy photographer?
In this blog post we talk to William Rugen about photographing everything he ate in 2010.
Sounds like a pretty weird compulsion to me!
A lot of the world has changed in the past 100 years, but a lot has stayed the same too.
This is my favorite type of photography. I don’t claim to be an expert, but I have lots of experience. I haven’t taken my macro lens off my camera since I bought it a few months ago.
It never ceases to amaze me the number of fuzzy, low resolution, badly exposed and poorly composed photographs that people take.
Lighting and lenses will always be more important than your camera. Period.
Many people are interested in photography but are unsure if they have the skills to become good at it. It is important to keep in mind that it is especially helpful to learn anything and everything possible about setting up your shot.
Today, let’s get a bit into portrait photography. Here are two quick tips for you. Though they may seem minor, they can make a HUGE difference in the effectiveness of your portraits.
TTL lighting isn’t perfect at all. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t bend it to do what you want it to.
It’s okay to take the cheap photography gigs as long as you know how to deal with them.