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.
Light is the main ingredient of a photograph. Learn to see it, make friends with it. Your photos will love you when you do.
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.
Some days, every thing comes together into a photo shoot that reminds you of why you picked up photography in the first place. It’s fun. Days like this make you believe in magic.
Rain is the enemy of a photographer, right? Wrong. Rain can be your friend and make your photos pop. Find out how.
It’s not what’s in the photo, it’s how you took it. And sometimes, it’s little things that you do, which make a big difference in your shots.
Where do you get inspiration for portraits? You might be surprised how you can get inspired from the actual photo shoot itself. Here’s eight ways how.
The background can enhance a portrait. Whether for texture, depth or contrast, choosing the background can help you make a better portrait.
What if you have to make it up as you go along? There is a way to prepare for that assignment, even when you have little or no creative information at the start.
Please be mindful of other photographers in whose frames another person with camera walks. Or, Get the hell out of my viewfinder. But Miss Manners would say it more politely.
Don’t despair when it seems like there’s nothing to shoot. Go out with your camera and try these little tricks. Discover how small themes can make a big difference in the way you see.
Learn how your lenses ‘see,’ and improve how you make imagery. Different lenses can help you see creatively. Here’s five ways how.
There are no shortcuts to creativity. Life is full of the ordinary. Your job is to make it extraordinary in a photograph.
My main camera went kaput on me today. Good thing I had a backup.