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.
As we grow in photography, we may forget the beauty of basics. Keeping compositions simple can help you make memorable images.
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.
This week, we look at a few ways to make effective compositions. Learn about Rule of Thirds, using lines, shapes and other techniques that help you design awesome photos.
A viewfinder is a viewfinder is a viewfinder. Change your vision to change the image.
Light doesn’t change things, just how they look.
Get rid of the generic and find your vision within.
Here are some things to do with free online resources that will help you get your photography where you want it to be, and say goodbye to the Program mode!