Articles tagged with photography
5 photography tips to help you take some great photos during the winter months.
This is an online companion video to Larry Becker’s “Blueprints for Better Architectural Images” tutorial, found in the September/October 2013 issue of Photographic Elements Techniques magazine.
Teach your camera how to see infrared light and discover a beautiful world of bright white leaves and dark gray skies.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to get great lighting. All you need is an external flash and a few helpful hints.
Modern cameras are great at taking sharp, well-exposed photos, but they can’t guarantee you’ll get interesting ones. To truly become a good photographer, you must learn how to “see” a great shot.
Cold weather can be hard on your camera. Before you head out to document that snowball fight, make sure your equipment is ready with these five tips.
Learn how to use your camera–and the magic of pin bokeh–to reshape the lights in your scene.
With a little creativity, you can use bokeh in a wide variety of interesting ways. Here’s a look at some great bokeh shots and tips for camera settings to capture your own great images.
Feeling a little uninspired behind the camera? We’ve got five photo challenges that will help you master your camera and infuse your shots with new energy.
Dave demonstrates how to use a Gray Card when photographing your subjects so you can easily adjust Levels later.