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.
Do you like photography and Photoshop? Digital imagery is not just about one or the other. The trick is to maintain your balance.
Just a couple days ago, I traveled without a dSLR. And fell in love with photography all over again. Find out why the iPhone is one of the handiest cameras around.
Module 6 showed some creative composition with fixed lighting. Interpretations were creative! Check it out.
Here’s a wrap-up of what we learned from Module 5 “Time.” By experimenting with the slow shutter exposure and panning techniques, the Tribe was able to come up with some tips and tricks for showing interpretations of the theme.
Learning photography independently? Here’s a strategy that will train your brain to push you into action and get results.
Art is no accident. How did Van Gogh awe us with swirls of paint in Starry Night?
Light is the main ingredient of a photograph. Learn to see it, make friends with it. Your photos will love you when you do.
How many ways can you design an image? As many ways as you can learn to see. Composition is the key to a strong photographic vision.
Sometimes it’s better to shoot without color. Especially when you’re focusing on forms in the frame. Learn how monochrome can help you shoot better compositions.
Fool your compact camera into thinking it’s a big buff machine. The secret is all in your head.
Learn a new photography skill just in time, not just in case. You’ll find your skills will grow by leaps and bounds. And you’ll have lots of fun, too.
What would you do to fall in love with your craft, all over again? Here’s my three resolutions for 2012 to bring back that old lovin’ feelin’ into photography.