How To Shoot For Digital Blending

Capturing the scene correctly in-camera is certainly the most important step in any photography workflow - a Digital Blending workflow is no different. No amount of post-processing can save a mood-less, blurry scene. It is important that we understand the incredible machine that is our camera, so that we can truly do justice to the [...]

15 Features of Your DSLR You Should Know

Our DSLRs are monumental pieces of machinery. Mastering it requires a little bit of time and patience. This great video by B&H will give you a solid grounding of 15 hugely important features within your DSLR. And as a bonus, I've included a wonderful video I saw a couple of years ago by the ever-charismatic, [...]

By | September 14th, 2014|Photoshop For Beginners, Shooting, Tutorials|Comments Off on 15 Features of Your DSLR You Should Know

Reflections, Smooth, Frothy – How To Photograph Water To Get Different Effects

The way in which we choose to capture water in images can create a dramatic change of mood to the entire scene. In this article we'll look at 4 different water textures: motion, white foam, smooth and reflections. We'll understand the conditions needed to create these textures and how varying shutter speeds change these textures. [...]

By | July 20th, 2014|Shooting|3 Comments

How to get sharp photos

As photographers, one of our main aims when we capture images is to make sure that necessary elements in the scene are as crisp as they can be. There are a multitude of ways, both in-camera and in post-processing, to make sure your photos retain the sharpness they deserve. I've compiled a list of steps/techniques [...]

By | March 4th, 2014|General, Most Popular Articles, Shooting, Tutorials|6 Comments