Looking for a bit of style in your imagery? Why not experiment with high key imagery.
Nostalgia is a powerful emotion suffused with memory and desire. How do you create an image that evokes nostalgia? Find out how in this week’s module.
Photographs are two-dimensional. How can you make images that suggest depth, volume and mass? Read on and try these techniques.
We are visual gluttons, and color distracts us. Here’s how to help your viewer access your images through a limited color palette.
Here’s a book that can inspire you to build a relationship with other creative people through a blog. If you get inspired, you need to pass it on.
The camera should be an extension of the mind. And the mind of a hobbyist is different from the working photographer.
If I had to give beginning photographer one piece of advice, it would be this: welcome discontent with your craft. It means you are about to experience change, and improvement.
As we grow in photography, we may forget the beauty of basics. Keeping compositions simple can help you make memorable images.
Have you ever wanted to send someone a postcard but wished your photo could be what’s on the card? Well, here’s how to turn your amazing travel photos into postcards you can send.
Silhouettes are some of the most stunning photographs you can make. Find out how to make them with these five simple tips.
Do you like photography and Photoshop? Digital imagery is not just about one or the other. The trick is to maintain your balance.
Photographing buildings can be fun and interesting and allows you to hone your eye for the beautiful and harmonious. Here’s a module showing you how.
Gorgeous photos from the Imagine That Photography Tribe from our weeks 11 and 12 modules Bokeh Baby! and Adding a Texture. Check them out.
Character, beauty, story. These are some things photography can reveal in portraits. This week, try your hand at street photography with these tips.
Find out how to add a texture to your photograph on Photoshop to get a grunge effect. Grunge textures can help you add drama and push attention to a specific part of the image.