5 Ways To Truly Explore a Single Photographic Subject

From Lightstalking, When you start to get serious about photography, something becomes very apparent to you – that getting different effects while photographing the same subject doesn’t need to be particularly difficult. It is actually quite easy to render totally different effects on a single subject using a few tried and tested tactics. What youContinue reading “5 Ways To Truly Explore a Single Photographic Subject”

5 Tips To Transform Your Photography With Long Exposures

Jim Goldstein writes, Employing long exposure photography techniques is a great way to create an image that makes others go “Wow!”. If you’re unfamiliar with long exposure photography the major ingredient needed is low light conditions, which will require your camera to expose for longer periods of time. In fact it’s even possible to useContinue reading “5 Tips To Transform Your Photography With Long Exposures”

What a Typical Digital Management Workflow Looks Like

Jason Row writes on the Lightstalking blog. Until a few years ago, workflow was a virtually unheard of word. Now it is the mantra of nearly every professional photographer but what does it mean? Well, put simply, its carrying out the day to day work tasks in a consistent and hence efficient way. Following onContinue reading “What a Typical Digital Management Workflow Looks Like”

Beautiful black and white photography by Peter Levi

Peter Levi writes, I love photographing real life, but it has to have an artistic feel to it. I prefer when, for example, street shots almost looks like they are staged but aren’t. Those are in my own opinion the best ones. When you manage to pull out the beauty of real life, a mood,Continue reading “Beautiful black and white photography by Peter Levi”

100 Attractive Examples Of Still Life Photography

Our member Chris Joubert sent in this link to a collection of 100 photos billed as still life. Included are photos of creatures, landscapes, frozen motion and other subjects that don’t conform to a traditional definition of still life images, but they are worth a look anyway as there are some very interesting photos inContinue reading “100 Attractive Examples Of Still Life Photography”

6 New Year’s Resolutions Every Photographer Should Make in 2012

On her blog Mostly Lisa, Lisa Bettany writes, Happy New Year Everyone! Every year I vow to become a better photographer. Last year I set some pretty lofty New Year’s resolutions for myself. This year I have very different plans that involve a little bit of travel — watch for an exciting announcement coming veryContinue reading “6 New Year’s Resolutions Every Photographer Should Make in 2012”

11 Essential Reads for Photographers for the New Year

From the Digital Photography School blog, At this time of year I talk to a lot of photographers who are lacking a little motivation, inspiration and creativity. It’s been a big year so today in our ‘best of 2011 series‘ I’m featuring 11 tutorials that were written this year on dPS that I think mightContinue reading “11 Essential Reads for Photographers for the New Year”