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When to Trick Your Camera to get a Good Exposure

I bought the Sony A7 camera recently and have been taking it out quite a bit to get a feel for it.

My wife is starting a fashion blog so I thought I would take her out for a fashion shoot at the beach. 644 more words


From DPS - How to Master Your DLSR in One Afternoon

Digital Photography School has another great article for beginners, this one gives an introduction to

Shutter Speed

These are the three components that determine how much light gets into your camera, and discusses each component’s effect on other factors such as focus area, noise, and focus, with good examples.

Read it here


How to Photograph Beverages – Video Tips

Earlier I shared a collection of some great images of beverages. If you want to know more about how they may have been created, check out these video tutorials. 245 more words


Three Tips to Help you Capture Beauty in the Everyday Moments

When it comes to creating family photo albums, there can be a tendency to create a book filled with your family’s “greatest hits”, the best moments of the year, if you will. 940 more words


Finding New Photography Locations Just Got Easier With ShotHotspot

There are many ways to go about finding photography locations, but if you’re struggling to find new locations I’d suggest giving ShotHotspot a try.

Five Reasons to check out ShotHotspot? 628 more words


Weekly Photography Challenge – Beverages

Earlier I selected and shared some photos of different beverages. There are many ways to photograph beverages and drinks including in the studio, in a restaurant, or outdoors on location. 208 more words


Set of Photographs of Beverages to Quench your Thirst

Everyone enjoys a good beverage, right? If you’re currently in the Northern Hemisphere and it’s summer a cold one on a patio with friends might be in order. 342 more words