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Aperture Versus Shutter Priority – Which Shooting Mode to Use and When

February 1st, 2018|

I too was once a beginner and I completely understand that how difficult it is to move into using Manual Mode directly from shooting Automatic. Thankfully camera manufacturers have also thoughtfully provided us with Aperture and Shutter Priority modes. These two camera shooting modes are [...]

3 Bad Habits You Need to Break to Improve Your Photography

February 1st, 2018|

Teaching our photography workshops over the years, my wife and I have come to recognize there are three things many people do habitually which do not help the advancement of their photography experience. Here are three bad habits for you to break in order to [...]

Why a Nikon Shooter Bought a Fuji X100F as a Second Camera

January 31st, 2018|

In this article (I don’t want to call it a review because) I’ll share my thoughts on why I picked up a Fuji X100F as a second camera alongside all my Nikon gear. And why I love this little camera! My journey into serious digital [...]

How to Make 5 Different Looks using Aurora HDR 2018

January 31st, 2018|

Aurora HDR 2018 has plenty of tricks up its sleeve, and one of those is versatility. It’s not a one-trick pony when it comes to creating your HDR look. The range of different tools really allows you to create a huge variety of looks really [...]

9 Water Photography Ideas to Make a Splash

January 30th, 2018|

So you want to make a splash in photography, well photographing with water is a great place to start. This is a broad area of photography, with many creative possibilities. In this article, you’ll see a selection of ideas for water photography, and how you [...]

8 Ideas of What To Do With Your Vacation Photos

January 29th, 2018|

Going on vacation is one of the best opportunities to practice travel photography. But the problem persists that more often than not, those boatloads of vacation photos that you snapped end up going nowhere other than maybe scattered about on Facebook. Sound familiar? You’re definitely [...]

How to Make and Fold a Little Photographic Zine

January 28th, 2018|

Basically, a zine (pronounced “zeen”) is a low-budget DIY booklet. The word stems from the shortening of the word magazine and was developed as a rejection of commercialism and mainstream publications. In stark contrast to the mass media industry, zine artists don’t seek to make [...]

How to Take Control of Color in Lightroom

January 28th, 2018|

Back when everybody used film cameras, photographers had to match the film type to their subject. For example, landscape photographers liked Fuji Velvia 50 because it produced deeply saturated slides. But portrait photographers liked films like Fuji Reala which rendered good skin tones. Today, as [...]