You need to show your work, but how? Well, you need a photography portfolio, and today I’ll give you some advice to build your own.
What is a good image? How do you know you made a good photograph? Keep reading to learn more about it.
You know what? Nobody Cares About Your Gear. Here’s Why.
If you’ve seen my unboxing videos you know that I own and use a couple of Metz Mecablitz 52 AF-1s for Canon cameras. If you also have one of these and want to learn how to set it up, keep reading.
Do you want to photograph the light trails from cars? How about the silk effect? Then, you want to do long exposure photography. Keep reading to learn more.
Are you confused by a Dutch angle? Struggling between a Neutral and High Angle? Let’s talk about camera shooting angles.
You’ve seen me unbox a few flashes, some others, and you’ve probably seen many images shot with flash. But, why? Why should you use flash? Keep reading to learn more.
You’ve probably heard the expression: “kit lenses are not good”. Some people even refer to them as “paper weights”. However, your kit lens is awesome and here’s why.
This year I’ve read or heard about the supermoon more than any other year and, more importantly, I’ve heard more about people trying to take a photograph of the moon.