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Real World Test: Using the Sony A7R III with Canon Lenses

September 1st, 2018|

Here’s a review from Julia Trotti who has been testing the Sony A7R III mirrorless camera alongside Canon lenses. With mirrorless technology coming to the forefront, but the number of native Sony lenses available being limited, using third-party lenses like this is not far from a necessity. [...]

4 Tips for Photographing Fog to Create Mystical Images

August 31st, 2018|

There’s nothing that I’ve seen so far that compares to the ethereal and mystical beauty of capturing long exposure and photographing fog. There’s something so compelling about the soft silky texture that results from it. So much so, that photographers all over the world are [...]

5 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Starting Nature Photography

August 31st, 2018|

How do you, as a beginning nature photographer, go about improving? How do you ensure that you gain useful skills as rapidly as possible so that you can start shooting professional quality nature photography? In reality, it’s often difficult for the beginner to recognize how [...]

Tips for Posing Large Families and Groups

August 30th, 2018|

Portrait sessions can vary in many ways, one being the size of the group you are photographing. Don’t be afraid, these tips for posing large families and groups will help you to create the perfect large group portrait no matter the location or the number [...]

8 Tips to Help Find the Subject for Your Composition

August 30th, 2018|

Do you find it difficult to take photos which hold people’s attention? In our digital societies where image sharing is prolific, it is challenging to have people really take time to look at your prized photos. Image composition is key here. So I want to [...]

Review of the Olympus 300mm F4 PRO Lens

August 29th, 2018|

About six months ago, I made a heart-wrenching, painful, and difficult decision: I switched from Canon to Olympus. Now, I’m not some crazy, brand-loyal photographer. I think the Canon versus Nikon argument is ridiculous. But I had invested thousands of dollars, tens of thousands really, [...]

How to Make Image-Filled Shapes in Photoshop

August 29th, 2018|

Photoshop may not be primarily a graphics program but it still comes with very useful tools for that kind of work. For example, making image-filled shapes. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing some professional job like web design for your business or something personal like [...]

The Illusion of Photography and the Miracle of Sight

August 28th, 2018|

The photographic process is a grand illusion from top to bottom. Think about it. Everything about the process is visual trickery. Photography provides a reasonable facsimile of real-life perception, and luckily, your brain’s visual cortex is very forgiving and willing to play along with this [...]

How to Use Selective Color for More Dynamic Images

August 27th, 2018|

Semi black and white or selective color photos are quite effective. It’s an old trick by some photographers considered a cheap trick, nevertheless, it is a quite effective one. And just because it’s an old idea it should not hold you back from experimenting with it. [...]