Using Reflections in Your Photography

Using Reflections in Your Photography

Learn how using reflections can help you create more interesting images What is photography using reflections? It’s pretty simple really, reflection photography is anytime you create an image using a reflective surface to mirror your subject. This is sometimes...
5 Tips For Using Slow Shutter Speed

5 Tips For Using Slow Shutter Speed

What happens when you use a slow shutter speed? Mostly we try to keep our shutter speed high enough so that we’re not introducing blur or camera shake into our images. There are times and places though when we want to show motion or produce a more creative image....
General Rules For Shutter Speeds In Photography

General Rules For Shutter Speeds In Photography

Typical rules for using shutter speeds in photography When first starting out in photography one of the most asked questions is “What is the best shutter speed to use?” Generally speaking, using the standard rule of thumb is to make the shutter speed equal to your...
Using Neutral Density Filters To Affect Shutter Speed

Using Neutral Density Filters To Affect Shutter Speed

Creative use of shutter speed and using neutral density (ND) filters to show movement during the day How is it in those crowded tourist spots do some photographers capture images with no people in them? Are they spending hours in Photoshop removing them? Maybe, but...
How Looking Up in your Photography Creates Unique Images

How Looking Up in your Photography Creates Unique Images

Change the perspective in your photography by looking up. What is looking up in photography? Any time we aim our camera upward would be considered looking up photography. Whenever you choose to photograph objects that are above your head. For example, things in trees,...

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