A full lunar eclipse is awaits us this very weekend. So don’t miss this chance to catch a rare phenomenon that the Moon is offering us. Prepare your camera and capture the exceptional play of colors and shadows. We’ll show you how.
Besides the short days, winter also brings some other specifics that every winter sports photographer has to watch out for. High-contrast scenes, frequent large swaths of a single color, and fickle weather are all real challenges for photographers. Join us for a look at how best to deal with them. We’ll tell you how to photograph sports in winter.
Sports photography is a fairly popular discipline, but it’s also demanding. It’s basically reportage in which you have to be able to deal with very fast motion. Meanwhile, each sport has its specifics. But there are still general recommendations you can apply when photographing practically any sport. Get to know them.
Fascinating photos of stars passing through the sky and leaving shining trails behind them. Pictures like these are an enticing aim for everyone who has ever tried photographing the stars. Meanwhile they’re easier to create than it might at first seem. Take a look at how to photograph the night sky and capture the motion of the stars—star trails—within it.
Many photographers try to freeze the motion in their pictures perfectly, but sometimes it pays to make exceptions here. Motion photography can be more creative than that. You just have to put motion blurring to work in your favor. Take a look at how to photograph motion in three genres where blurring can be an advantage.