Archive for the ‘Photographs’ tag
Nature and landscape photography represent an area of the photographic art which requires specialized skills. As we all know, practice makes perfect and over time, with the right shooting advice and some handy photographic techniques, tips, tools and tricks, taking beautiful landscape photographs can be mastered and your shot making can improve to the point that your photos really begin to capture some of the essence of the Read the rest of this entry »
Even with today’s cameras being so very clever, taking a perfect outdoor photograph is still not as easy as it seems. There are just so many things to consider, from location, weather and would you believe it temperature. The biggest thing to consider for me though, is take the picture with a mind to what you like, and don’t worry about what others might think, after all it is your photograph, and it will be in your album or o Read the rest of this entry »
One of life’s greatest pleasures is holiday travel. Capturing photographs of those prized and thrilling occasions that make the journey so memorable is intensely satisfying, particularly so if the trip is unlikely to be repeated. Creating a travel journal offers the opportunity to reference a storehouse of memories and if well put together can offer friends and family a vicarious taste of your travel experiences. Shooting l Read the rest of this entry »
In the print media, pictures are used to break the monotony of a news page. Illustrations may be used as page decoration. If its only purpose is to create a favorable impression for the reader, it’s a valid function. After all, according to J.W. Click and Russel N. Baird’s book, “Magazine Editing and Production,” people hang paintings and photos on their walls for aesthetic reasons only.
Given that concept, one can Read the rest of this entry »
Anyone who wants to learn how to be a photographer doesn’t have to enroll for many years to get a degree. There are colleges who offer this as one of the subjects which the student may take as an elective. Can you still learn how to be a photographer being out of school for many years? The answer is yes. The only thing needed is your dedication to learn from the proper techniques and a camera to take some shots.
Stories of ordinary people becoming millionaires overnight with the help of some wonderful programs are flooding us from all directions and even though many of these stories are exaggerated at best and total lies at worst, there are many ways in which you can make money, even if you are not a unique talent. Well, I don’t mean that photography does not require talent, but even beginner photographers can make money by selling the Read the rest of this entry »
Babies are a unique subject when taking pictures. They don’t always want to cooperate like an adult will. Often times they will cry when the flash flashes and get tired of being photographed after on a few minutes. Here are a few tips to get the best pictures of your baby.
1. Use a black or white background.
Using a solid color background really makes your baby stand out in the picture. The Read the rest of this entry »
Capture your precious camping & holiday memories a Read the rest of this entry »
There are four common mistakes that most beginning photographers make. Because we strive to emphasize our subject, these faults will bring attention where it is not always desired. We will discuss these issues and what can be done to remedy them and produce better photographs.
One of the most critical decisions you face as a photographer is what is included in your shot and what is not. You may ask why this is so importa Read the rest of this entry »
This article is provided, photographers, even beginners have a clearer picture of the work situation and how they are used to create beautiful images for professional or family member.
You may have heard the term “place” or “environmental” portraits, but he wondered exactly what that meant. Very simply, it is a place, a picture, which is made anywhere but in a study. The situation or environment that could be your theme Read the rest of this entry »