Changing and missing flights, running to catch buses or hiking mountains is part of any beautiful trip story. But what can we do when we have at least 5 kilos in our backpack and we need all of it? You might already know what I am talking about. This is our HOLY photography gear. We can’t make compromises. We need to take it all with us. Every time I was traveling, I ended up with a sore back and arms (and probably I was not alone), until the day I decided to make some changes.
There is a lot of intrigue and mystery about underwater photography, but there is also also a lot of information out there about it. Mostly what you will find when doing your research is information about wildlife photography, but it is still very useful when dealing with Fashion or Beauty Advertising Underwater photography. I believe what is important is knowing how to put all the information you have found together to use it to your best workflow.
Good weather is when amateur photographers get out and spend time taking photos outdoors. But how can they stop taking casual photos and start creating professional portraits?
This article gives you a lot of recommendations on how to create art photo portraits.
Photography is not just a hobby nor a profession – it is an art. Although, being different from many other hobbies, it requires sheer dedication, skill and talent to end up making something outstanding. Choosing the optimum paper may not be as easy as we think. I would say this part is most challenging to a neophyte. Having no experience in this field, it becomes difficult to select the right photo paper that should be used.
Step into a shop and you will see many photo papers such as matte, gloss, silk, and more. Undoubtedly, a professional photographer brings life to every photo, but to have that same result one requires certain skills.
Want to venture into the great outdoors with your camera to catch stunning shots of wildlife?
Turning your pictures from amateur shots of birds into professional quality images of the animals is tricky. Wildlife photography is one of the hardest to master. Your subject isn’t usually a willing participant and more often than not you’ll find them trying to make a great escape from your camera lens.
To help, we have put together some tips on getting the right shot and a handy infographic on all the gear you’ll need.