Straight from the horse's mouth!
I had an email on Sunday from Christine Monkton (one of our first Digital Photography Exposed clients) asking how she should begin with using photographic reflectors for portraiture. Great idea for a photography tip - so thanks Christine, this one’s for you...
Have you been in the right place at the right time, in perfect light, got the composition spot on but when you get home the photo’s not sharp? Countless thousands of great images are spoilt because of sharpness.
A different Point Of View is what makes a photographic composition powerfull because it's a new way of seeing something we'd ordinarily not give a second glance to. Like the boot of a car for instance.....
There’s more to using focal lengths than just zooming in to make far off things come closer.
Depth of Field is one of the main creative tools in photography. It’s where you get to control what’s sharp and what’s not in your photos. But there’s more to controlling depth of field than just apertures....
As humans we rarely notice the quality of the light around us, we just notice if it’s really bright or really dark and that’ll do nicely thank you! These portrait photography tips will help you find and use the right light.
From seasoned professionals to amateurs fresh from taking a photography course, the creative world is gearing up for the annual Sony World Photography Awards and World Photography Festival taking place in Cannes in April.