Still life photography is the depiction of inanimate subject matter, most typically a small grouping of objects. Still life photography, more so than other types of photography, such as landscape or portraiture, gives the photographer more leeway in the arrangement of design elements within a composition.
While you may be at ease shooting candid street photography, you may not feel quite as comfortable doing street portraits… Making a portrait of a stranger, is a very different approach which requires an interaction with your subject. If you are a very social person who talks to strangers anywhere you go, like I do, […]Post originally from: Digital Photograph […]
Last week I talked about Five Bad Photography Habits to Quit! Today, I want to talk about five good photography habits you want to start today. 1. Shoot every day Those 365 projects are magical. They encourage participators to take at least one shot every single day. Shooting every day is a really great habit […]Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips […]
Just a quick post to give you a few places to look for tips on doing better landscape photography. Links to a few recent articles, and a couple of ebooks for you to check out.. Ebooks On sale now 50% off (expires December 15th, 2013) Landscape Photography – The Entire eBook Collection This eBook collection […]Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. […]
The last time I counted, there were about seventy two quadrillion photos of birds on the internet. Therefore, if you’re dedicating your time to try to stand out as a bird photographer, there is a ton of competition out there. However, there is one thing that you can try to incorporate in your photos that […]Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Che […]
Lightroom tips for the Develop module – one feature in Lightroom that isn’t obvious or easy to discover is the visualization feedback which you can get in the Develop module. In many cases when you hold the Alt key, (Option on a Mac) and click (and hold it) on a slider, the screen will change […]Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Check out our m […]