What is the most important thing you’ve learned about photography As students of the photographic arts, we are on a wonderful journey of learning. The more we learn, the greater our ability to express ourselves artistically. From learning to use equipment, or pushing our knowledge of post-processing software, or coming to terms with marketing ourselves, […]
The ‘Healing Power’ of Photography
The ‘Healing Power’ of Photography The ‘Healing Power’ of Photography Article is by Dr. Anastasius Moumtzoglou. If you would like to write for us, please read here. The therapeutic and transformative dynamics of the arts and their value in supporting mental well-being have long been recognised. There is a broadening body of evidence to support the […]
My New Book is Here!
Last year I took some time away to write a novel: a dark, dystopian journey through a corrupt city where social media can mean life and death. In writing the book, I combined my passion for dystopian literature and also my growing dislike of social media in general. It was a wonderful experience and one […]
20 Images That Weren’t Good Enough To Be Published
20 Images That Weren’t Good Enough To Be Published Over the years I’ve shot many locations, but I have a surprisingly small portfolio. When I first started out in photography, I would publish just about any image I shot. But little by little, I became much more strict about the photos I put online. Essentially […]
10 Bad Habits That Drive Photographers Crazy
Taking a break from our usual tutorial-based posts, we present DigitalRev’s entertaining take on 10 bad habits that annoy photographers. I have to confess that I wince at seeing other photographers scrubbing their lenses with their tee-shirts. And the use of black & white to try and make a less-than-interesting photo more ‘artsy’. However, I […]
Why Is The Golden Hour So Important To Landscape Photographers?
Why Is The Golden Hour So Important To Landscape Photographers? Twice a day, at sunrise and sunset, the life-giving sun, as it moves towards, and past, the horizon, promises photographers around the world something special. Appropriately named the ‘golden hour’, these times of day are treated almost with reverence by photographers. We camera-wielding folk lap […]