Your Complete Guide For Photographing Star Trails

People often ask how to photograph star trails, so here’s a useful guide from DIY Photography. Ever seen those pictures where the stars streak across the sky in a big arc? Or maybe the whole sky looked like it was spinning? What you saw was star trails. The streaks were light left behind on theContinue reading “Your Complete Guide For Photographing Star Trails”

Stacking and Stitching: An Overview of Multi-Shot Techniques

From Earthbound Light Cameras are tools. They can do a great job of recording what the world around us looks like, but they are far from perfect. There exist techniques for combining more than one press of the shutter to help overcome some of the limitations that exist in traditional single-shot photography. Some of theseContinue reading “Stacking and Stitching: An Overview of Multi-Shot Techniques”

6 Ways to Capture More Unique Travel Photos

In a Digital Photography School guest post Neil Ta writes; There’s something to be said about having a nice collection of travel photos. They document not only your personal journey in other cities and countries, but also showcase the artistic side of your photographic abilities. Throughout my recent travels through Southeast Asia (and many smallerContinue reading “6 Ways to Capture More Unique Travel Photos”

May Competition Winners–Projected Images

Here are the projected image winners from the May competition for which the set subject was Backlit. Set Subject 1 2 3 Early Morning Mist Early Morning With Friends Chopper George Frangs Elsa van Zyl Paddy Howes Open 1 2 3 Rainbow Sossus After the Storm Paddy Howes Nigel Mudge Eric Sumner The full listContinue reading “May Competition Winners–Projected Images”