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Urbex: Mastering Light and Composition
Photographing abandoned places isn’t all that different from photographing architecture or landscapes. The scene is static, and so you have to work hard with composition and light to underscore the place’s atmosphere and produce a gripping picture. We’ll show you how to do it.
Underwater Photography: It Takes Less Equipment Than You Think
You may have looked at beautiful underwater pictures and wondered if you can take them too. You can! It’s a little more complicated than working on land, but learn a few rules, and you can get started. The special equipment needed for underwater photography isn’t at all expensive. So why not give it a try?
Photographing Kids Worry-free, Even Against the Light: We’ve Got 8 Tips to Improve Your Photos
Backlighting doesn’t have to mean ruined pictures with dark faces. And in fact, it can be good to take advantage of it when you’re photographing children. It can help you create magical silhouettes, make hair shine, and more.
Photographing Kids in Color and Black and White: 7 Steps to Better Portraits of Children
Most of us connect photos of children with vibrant and cheery colors. But leaving the colors in a picture isn’t always the best approach. Learn these simple guidelines for photographing children, and your pictures will look cleaner and more professional.
Photography in Churches: All About Stabilization, Aperture, and Solid Ground
Spiritual buildings have impressive atmosphere, and they are a frequent destination for curious visitors. But taking good pictures inside them is not easy. You often have to struggle with a lack of light. However, there are several tricks for dealing with this. Take a look at how to get the best pictures from church interiors that you can.
Show Off Kids in Action With Longer Exposures
Most people go for freeze-frame when they’re photographing children. But sometimes it’s nice to mix things up. And to work with blurring, which can make pictures feel more dynamic. The trick is simple—a longer exposure. This also lets you use even cloudy, low-light days to your advantage.
Fun and Wistful Portraits—See What Winter Kid Photography Can Offer You
Snow and frost aren’t very welcome partners for photography. But they can still add an interesting atmosphere to your photos. Don’t let yourself be turned away by all the discomfort. Head out and find winter moments that highlight kids. Winter photos of children can bring you some interesting pictures.
Making the Most of the Murk: 6 Tips for Shooting Outdoors in Bad Weather
Bad weather is a fact of life that there’s no point in fighting. But you can take advantage of it. When you’re taking your pictures, fit that weather into the story your photos are telling. You may be surprised, but mist and dusk can work wonders.
Out of the Rain and Fog: 6 Tips for Shooting at Home When It’s Ugly Outside
They say that for a true photographer, there’s no bad weather or bad light. But some days you just don’t want to go outside. On those days you don’t have to give up photography—you just need to look around your home. You can find inspiration in every corner. And to make your search easier, we have some tips on things to photograph at home.