The online experience is a little different, and that’s expected; but how can you create the best ambience for an artist’s work to showcase itself online?
Often people mistakenly believe that they need to go to a strange new land to discover new things to photograph. I discovered otherwise just yesterday.
This is a guest post by Podcaster, John Arnold.
There’s no fighting it – the standard of modern day amateur photography is way better than it was even just a decade ago. The quality of the submissions I see on the PhotoWalkthrough flickr group is excellent – occasionally [...]
Three weeks ago, my MacBook Pro crashed. It had seen a year of good service, and because it was my first ever Mac, I’d just about set it up to workexactly the way I wanted it to; and it crashed. The Apple service provider in my city said that the logic board had died, and [...]
If you want to take really quick & sneaky photographs on the street without putting your eye to the viewfinder, here’s a sneaky trick.
Setting your lens in manual focus mode, and setting it at its Hyperfocal distance will allow you to take photographs with a great deal of [...]
Have you experienced a Polarizing filter? If you have not, I seriously recommend trying one today.
Yesterday I was contemplating stuff … you know, looking through my memory bank of photographic experiences, when I suddenly stumbled upon a gem! The first time I looked through a telephoto lens with a polarizing filter at the other [...]
One particular post didn’t make it to Beyond Phototips when we moved over from Photography Tip. I think it makes sense to re-post it here for the benefit of all those who missed out.
If you’re one of those who’s already read this post, why don’t you join in the fun? Add a [...]
Waiting is difficult to put up with in today’s fast paced world. There’s a tonne of things to learn out there, and we’d never get to learn all we want to learn, or do all that we want to do if we sat around waiting – doing nothing in that time.
But what of those [...]
A couple of days ago, Brian Auer posted a project on his blog where he invited people to use a photograph that he would supply and process it in Photoshop (or any other image editing software). The idea was to see how different people take an image [...]
Photography is all about light. How you see it, how it affects a scene, and how that affects the person viewing the photograph. The dark black & white photograph taken with fast film, with its characteristic grainy [...]