Missed the manual photography cheat sheets we shared previously? We bring yet another one that you can use both to practice shooting in manual mode and get to know your camera controls better. If you're just getting started with photography, let this be your quick reference for your next practice!
One of the best ways to get inspired as a photographer is to follow the life and work of the most prolific and iconic photographers before us. Among these, of course, is fashion, celebrity, and fine art photographer Albert Watson, whose works have appeared on countless magazine covers and major advertising campaigns for the biggest brands.
Posing a couple? Oh trust us, it’s not that simple. Photographing a single subject has its fair share challenges: posing, lighting, framing, composition, etc. Photographing couples can sometimes seem like double the work! Why? Well, you’ve got two people to work with for starters and then there are different body shapes, personalities, wardrobe, etc. Here’s
Everything you need to know to start shooting in manual mode. This is a syndicated blog post from Format originally done by Brit Weaver. Ready to get more creative with your photography? At first, having a digital or analog SLR camera is an exhilarating and intimidating experience. Most beginners play it safe with the automatic modes,
Want to know the origins of the concept of copyright? Here’s a 25-minute video from Filmmaker IQ that looks at the history and philosophy behind modern-day copyright. While copyright may be crucial in the modern digital world creators live in, this has not always been the case.
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