Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Photography Basics in 8 Minutes or Less

Here are some basic camera features every beginning photographer should learn about. It’s always best to know the essentials of the equipment with which you create your art, even if you don’t want to dig deeper into the more technical stuff. Resolution Resolution determines how sharp your image will be, how much you can enlarge […]

5 Secrets to Capturing Winter Landscapes

Winter brings out the most difficult elements in the weather, with a lot of people storing their camera equipment gathering dust till spring. But, if you do put away your camera you’re passing up on the raw beauty that this fantastic time of the year delivers. Make use of the special lighting which the winter […]

Power in Abstract Photography

Power in abstract photography

The photographer has been liberated like the painter before them by technology. Now photographs can explore the full range of human experience including those they have no words to express.

Photography: Protecting your Copyright

Copyright is yours the moment you create the work. Simply put, the second you click the shutter the resulting image belongs to you. No formal registration is needed in more than 140 countries in the world to receive basic legal protection. But regardless, if you do feel that you don‘t understand certain legal points, it […]

Be an audience

"If you are out there shooting, things will happen for you. If you’re not out there, you’ll only hear about it." - Jay Maisel

The front line may very well be the most daunting, most terrifying, most challenging place to position yourself in, but it’s also the one with the best view. Go where the action is and put yourself where things happen. In order to be an artist, you must learn, first and foremost, to be an active audience..