Simple Tips on How Best to Photograph Flowers during Spring

For the everyday amateur photographer, it is about “having the eye”. It is all about the way you see the subject that you are shooting, the way the light catches it, and of course, your composition and style to make your photograph standout from the norm.

How to Choose the Right Camera Lens for your Photography

Entering into the world of photography can be quite daunting when it comes to buying the right camera gear and lenses that meet your budget and requirements.

Improving your skills in Street Photography

Street photography can take on many forms, from candid to reportage, journalism and portraiture, to war correspondence. The essence and the underlying message are similar in all genres, that being expression and mood in the way you intend to tell the story visually.

Learn about Photography as a Career Opportunity during Youth Month

The usual question… can I make a living as a Photographer? The answer is YES. Most photographers either run their own businesses and work for themselves, while others prefer a more regular and salaried agency styled job, the choice is yours, and what best suits your situation and personality drive.

Look out what is Trending by Attending a Tailored Tour and Photography Workshop Combined

There is nothing quite like a tailor-made photographic tour in the countryside, with a team of friends, where you will learn basic to advanced techniques, which are tailor-made to your skill level.

Simple Tips for Photographing Real Estate

Videos have a 12 times greater share rate than stills, there is reason for this. Clients build more leads which results in qualified conversions across all platforms.

How to best use your camera when shooting into bright sunlight

Often when taking photographs where the background is very bright and the subject in the foreground is dark and underexposed, or for that matter the other way around, is an easy fix.

Making Shooting in Manual Easy in three simple steps

So remember, the quicker you are able to apply this sequence, the sooner you are able to add 95% of your attention to what you are shooting, and 5 percent to the camera settings. So, let’s get to it…
If you still having any concerns regarding these settings and steps provided, or wish to explore and take your photography further, I suggest you consider enrolling for a short photography course or workshop just to "polish up" your skills and confidence and of course meet like minded people to bounce great ideas with.

How to Capture the Best Portraits in Photography

Some photographers prefer black and white as it brings out all the hard lines and the tends to be “punchier”, especially for street photography and reportage that show mood and tell real stories. I personally love black and white, as it is a gradation of monochrome.  My suggestion is shoot in color and convert in post to black and white thereafter. In studio, photographers will often use a plain baby blue backdrop for black and white, as it tends to work nicely for effect, white is very cold and used only for specific looks. When capturing family portraiture, black and white is not a popular choice. Most family and baby pictures are shot in color, same as fashion, where the colors play a large role.

How to Improve The Composition of your Photographs

Guidelines relate to such principals as the rule of thirds, along with many other suggestions as to what makes a photograph correct in terms of the visual appeal, these are just guides to assist you.