Depth of Field 2022: Day 2 – B&H’s Wedding, Portrait and Event Photography Conference




How To Find And Enter Photo Contests

If you like to take pictures, why not try to make some money off them? There are plenty of sites that will actually pay you for a great picture, all you have to do is know where to look.

4 Important Food Photography Lighting Tips for Drool-Worthy Food Photos

Do you want food photography lighting tips for improved photos of food? As mentioned, these food photography tips will focus on lighting techniques that you can implement to take better-looking food photos at restaurants when all you have at hand is your DSLR and the food of your choice that you wish to photograph. There will be a set of easy-to-follow rules that you can implement to bring about delicious-looking food photographs. Best of all, there is no need for an expensive camera to be able to produce these photos.

Smile, I Can’t See You

I was inspired one day when I came across a video online. The video related to me because it was about photographers who are visually impaired, like me. It came to me at a time in my life when I was doubtful and insecure about my goals of becoming a photographer. The people and their stories in that video helped me realize that even with my disability I too could one day become a professional photographer.

Four Tips to Print Big Images Online

We all have those great pictures laying around the house that we want blown up in to super size. You know the images I’m talking about. They are those images that look like a professional photographer took them and you just want to hang them on your wall.

Up-Close Encounters of the Macro Kind

Have you ever marveled at those pictures of close-up objects where you can’t hardly even tell what it is you’re looking at? Or what about those amazing shots of the rainbow colored insects that seem almost as if they were a life-size animal caught roaming the underbrush of some far away jungle. All of these types of photographs fall into the special category of Macro Photography.

The World of Infrared Photography

Ever seen those eerie looking photographs that look like regular black and white shots, but something just isn’t quite right? Or have you looked at Ansel Adams’ work before and wondered how he managed to capture such surreal and super contrasted photos? Welcome to the strange world of Infrared Photography.

Zoom Lenses for the New Nikon Cameras

Photography is a beautiful, but sometimes hard to master, art. It’s not a simple as point and shoot. There’s a lot of different things that need to be taken into consideration.

Tips for Reducing Camera Shake In Photos

This may seem like a no brainer, but this is a very common problem for new photographers. There are some simple techniques to follow that will help you steady your camera and take better photographs. Most digital cameras now have really nice LCD screens and they are tempting to use, but you have to hold the camera away from your body to see the screen.

Picture Perfect: How To Create Your Own Fashion Photography Spread

Being a fashion photographer might look as easy as just holding a camera in your hands and snapping glamorous pictures of beautiful people. Actually, it is a detail-oriented profession that many attend fashion schools for years just to learn the tricks of the trade. Here is a quick guide to creating your own fashion photography spread.

Three Little Settings You Can Adjust on Your Digital Camera to Make Your Photos Pop

Here are some small things that can make a big difference, especially if you are trying to make money with your pictures. Setting the white balance correctly. Don’t you hate it when you have snapped a picture of a unique winter scene and the snow ends up looking blue?

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