5 Lighting Setups for Your Home Studio

5 Lighting Setups for Your Home Studio Putting together a photography studio in your home or office is one of the best ways to get started in shooting with artificial light. You might not exactly have pro conditions, but most people can build a decent setup in their homes for $200-$300. That will be the starting point for acquiring...

How to Choose the Right Lenses

How to Choose the Right Lenses The choice of lens is something that I feel should be given more importance. Everybody seems to be going on and on about the latest cameras, how mirrorless cameras are going to kill DSLRs and so on. You don't hear much talk about buying the right lenses and that can be confusing for beginners....

11 Fail-Safe Tips for Landscape Photographers

11 Fail-Safe Tips for Landscape Photographers Going out in nature and taking pictures of what you see is one of the most enjoyable things you can do with a camera. Some people make a living from it, but most take up landscape photography because it is very pleasurable and rewarding. We have eleven tips for them that will guarantee amazing...

5 Steps for Awesome Shots with Less Gear

5 Steps for Awesome Shots with Less Gear One thing I don't like about us photographers in general is that we are vulnerable to certain threats. And one of the most serious threats is coming from camera manufacturers, and to be more specific, they’re marketing departments. For many years, they've gotten photographers, beginners...

7 Powerful Photography Tips for Amazing Photos

7 Powerful Photography Tips for Amazing Photos There’s no shortage of photography tips for beginners these days. However some of them are worth drawing attention to. Here are 7 of our favorite tips, perfect for anyone new to photography. 1. Fill the frame What you see in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen is what will appear in the...

Helpful Tips on Posing for Portrait Photographers

Helpful Tips on Posing for Portrait Photographers Without doubt, one of the hardest and most challenging things to learn in photography is posing. Not as in how to hold your camera and look cool, but how to bring out the best in your model and their features. Posing is hard because it involves a lot of communication between photographer and...