5 Reasons you need a 135mm Prime

This lens has somewhat lost a bit of importance and its position on the priority list. Only a handful of them are currently being made by the lens manufacturers. But nevertheless the 135mm is a fantastic medium telephoto lens ideal for portraiture and a bit of fast action. Bokeh and Shallow Depth...

Adjusting White Balance in Your Camera

This is a quick discussion about a very important feature in your camera. The white balance adjustment option allows you to correct the color tone that your camera captures in different lighting conditions. Many a times you take a picture of a perfect sunset only to find out that the colors are...

You won’t like these things, but you have to do them

If you really want a shot at making a name for yourself in photography, you are going to do things you won’t like. It’s not all about the talent, getting the pretty picture and hoping the right people will see it and give you a call. Prepare yourself to become familiar with some of the things...

Band Photography: 7 Tips for Awesome Results

Band photography can be very exciting, Not only can you meet incredibly talented artistes, but your photography can contribute to their rise and success, and that alone is very rewarding. It’s also a great way to begin a photography career, just thing about how Joey L. started. Anyway, for those...

5 Reasons you Need a 50mm Prime

The 50mm prime enjoys a cult status among street photographers. If you have an APS-C DSLR then of course you need the 35mm prime to get the same angle of view. But the 50mm prime is still a great lens to shoot with and there are several reasons that attributer to that...

The Cool List of Photography Jokes

I love how so many jobs have specific inside jokes and I realized that photography is one of the most sought after jobs on the planet and that there are countless pros in the business. So I went online digging for some awesome jokes about photographers. Some of them had me laughing for minutes,...

The 5 Things You Should Never Assume About Your Clients

Sometimes it can be difficult to predict the outcome of a business collaboration with someone. Clients come in many shapes and with many personalities and it’s often wise to avoid making assumptions. Many photographers and small business owners know this in theory but also find it hard not to...

The Top 10 Composition Books

Composition is next in our series that presents the best books to learn from. It’s one of the crucial elements that make the difference between a powerful photograph and an average one. You might have some awesome light and a great subject, if your framing isn’t correct, it will just seem like...