Photography is one of my favorite topics. It is a profession and a hobby but really an expansive topic that covers an extraordinarily vast range of subjects from science and art. No matter where you lie on the professional spectrum, there is simply always more to learn. These are less in numbers but when you explored them in details, you will learn and a lot of new ideas about capturing photography techniques.Online classes in photography are available if you want to explore and learn more about different photography techniques.
You will learn in this article about macro photography, sometimes called micro photography; an area of photography dedicated to capturing small subjects, or small parts of subjects, at extreme blown up magnifications up to life size or larger.
Everything to know to get you started with Macro photography
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about one of the most important aspects of photography – lighting. You’ll begin with a background as to why lighting is so important, discuss the traditional three-light setup, and then move on to illustrate a number of different lighting techniques (and the associated results)!
An Introduction to Indoor and Studio Flash Photography
In this tutorial I will show you how to create the focus on individual items on a photo. Usually, this effect can be done with a photo camera. But what if the focus needs to be done already on the finished photo?
Check out these outstanding tips for creating an outstanding Christmas/Holiday card to send to your family and friends. The tips inside may help you sell your photography services a bit more this holiday season.
How to Photograph and Create the Perfect Christmas Card
This post describes some basic tips to improve the quality of wildlife photography. Anyone interested in capturing more compelling images of animals will find it useful in furthering the development of their skills.
Wildlife Photography Tips: Take Better Wildlife Photos
If you have a telephoto lens and an old 50mm lying around you might want to give this a shot. It’s not too difficult of a procedure and probably won’t take 2 minutes to read through this. All you’ll need is a reverse ring (coupler), a step up ring, and a small piece of cardboard or folded paper.
You must be able to evaluate the potential of a subject. Some subjects you will want to pass over because there is no chance of a good moment or presentation. This is something that comes with experience.
Underwater macro photography – taking great photos