A visual problem solver arranges whatever existing conditions she finds on location into harmonious images. Here are 10 practical ways to develop your visual problem solving and make your images pop.
So you want to be a travel photographer…what’s in it for you?
So you want to be a travel photographer? Do you have what it takes? Part 1: The Challenges
What if you can’t use a tripod?
Spice up your travel photography tip # 5: Use themes to shoot your travel stories!
Spice up your travel photography tip # 4: Eat a lot of colors!
Spice up your travel photography tip # 3: Learn how to capture motion
Spice up your travel photography tip # 2: Play with Monochrome Picture Mode
Spice up your travel photography tip # 1: Don’t put your camera away at night!
Travel photo assignments differ, even when they’re on the same general topic.
Tell a story tipsy with content and brimming with beautiful imagery.
Solitude can be a memory, sepia and semi-toned, tempered with discontent, or brimming with anticipation.
Making a color image is a matter of choices.
Practice recognizing and using these basic lighting situations, and make your photos pop.
At some point in your journey into image making, you might arrive at the proverbial “crossroad” where you have to pause and think of where you want to head next. Should you attend that next workshop? Is going pro right for you? Should you quit your high-power job and become a pet photographer like Grace Chon? Or do you prefer to perfect your technique and creative skills so you can take gorgeous images of your travels for friends and family to ooh and ahh over?