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How to Use Negative Space to Create Interesting Minimalist Photos

Ever felt like experimenting with negative space and minimalist photography? It can come in nifty for your photography projects, so it's a trick worth knowing how to pull off. All you need to get started are a big sheet of white board paper, a coffee cup, and some coffee (or similarly-colored liquid).

Learn the Optimal Camera Settings for Stunning Landscape Photography

Anyone who's ever wanted to nail a beautiful landscape photo will know that it's never as easy as pointing a camera to a stunning scene and pressing the shutter. There's a lot involved to getting the colors, tones, and sharpness right to give justice to the beauty of the scene.

Where to Focus When Shooting Landscape Photography

One of the most crucial things about landscape photography is setting your focus right to get everything in your frame in sharp focus. This allows you to give your viewers an accurate representation of what you saw in the scene.

This is NOT How to Load Medium Format Film in Your Camera

One of the mind-boggling yet crucial things about film photography for first-time shooters is most likely how to load the film. It could take some getting used to before you get the hang of it, but please, if you can't figure it out, DO NOT do this to your film!

Get Better at Black and White Photography With These Quick Tips

Black and white used to be the only way to go back in the old days of photography. Today, however, there's more than one way to make sure your black and white photos are on point. With these quick tips from London-based photographer Jamie Windsor, you can at least have a head start on getting better at black and white photography, whatever the genre you want to take on.

How to DIY a Pinhole Camera for Some Cool Solargraphy

Are you in the mood to get crafty and try something new? If you said yes to both, we have just the right stuff for you today: a new "Lou-torial" for a DIY pinhole camera! You're going to love step one -- grab a can of your favorite drink and chug the contents down, because that can will be your camera for the day!

How to Find Models if You Don’t Have a Big Budget or Portfolio

Many of us who want to finally get started with portrait photography or fashion shoots often come across a road block: how do we find a model? By trying out these quick tips, you may be on your way to finally get in touch with a model to learn the ropes of portraiture and put together a portfolio.

Here’s the $60 Trick for Adding Fog or Haze to an Outdoor Shoot

Got a cool idea for a moody and misty outdoor shoot but keep putting it off because you haven't found the perfect foggy location yet or can't get your timing right for those foggy days? Here's a cheap and easy trick from Shutterstock Tutorials that will let you get those dreamy foggy shots whenever you need to, in your outdoor location of choice! 

Tutorial: When to Use Constant Lighting vs. Flash

When you're shooting in a studio, you're typically also working with different lighting equipment which are often either constant light or flash. The key to making great shots in the studio is knowing when it's best to use one over the other.

The Trick to Fixing Portraits with Awkwardly Cropped Limbs You Need to Know

One of the very first things photographers learn during their venture to portraiture is proper framing of the subject. Limbs should not be cut along the joints. When badly-framed shots still make it to the cull, we sometimes notice that they're actually not so bad, if not for the awkwardly cropped limbs.

Every Beginner Could Use These Photography Tips

So, you've decided to move on from being a beginner to becoming a better photographer. You're on the right track doing research for photography tips and tricks, so we bring you a few things to avoid and remember from wedding photographer Bethany Kay.

The Five Basic Portrait Lighting Setups Every Photographer Should Know

Want to be an outstanding portrait photographer? One of the first things you have to master is how to light up your subjects for the most flattering portraits. There are five basic portrait lighting setups that you have to learn especially if you're keen on working in the studio.

How to Make Precise Adjustments with the Gradient Filter on Lightroom

One of the most useful tools on your Lightroom arsenal is the gradient filter. As one of Lightroom's powerful local editing tools, it lets you make changes only to a specific part of your frame. If that sounds something you could use for your photos, this two-part video tutorial by Joshua Cripps will tell you how it's done and what you can do with it.

What It’s Like to Become Brandon Woelfel for a Day

Yes, we know, there's already a lot of videos there promising to teach everything there is to know about shooting and editing like Brandon Woelfel. Today, we're adding one more to the pile. This time, it's about young photographer, videographer, and social media creative Kelly Yu's journey to "become" the Instagram-famous photographer for a day.

Ilford Demonstrates How to Develop Your First Black and White Film

Ilford is not only one of the best known makers of black and white film, but also one of the strong stalwarts of film photography itself.  So, if you're planning to get into black and white film photography, the folks of Ilford are among the best to learn how to develop your own films as well. 

How to Achieve Multiple Portrait Lighting Effects With One Flash Unit

Having a detailed or extensive portrait lighting can be easily achieved in the studio. But, what if you're shooting on a budget or can't bring all your equipment when shooting on location? Pennsylvania photographer Michael Henderson comes to the rescue with a portrait lighting hack: how to achieve the look of three lights with just a single flash unit.

Five Quick Tips for Easier and Better Street Photography

Whether you're just new to street photography or someone far along in the craft, there's always something you can do to make your shooting experience easier. London-based Haris Finazzi has recently shared with us a handful of tips he believes would make for easier and more immersive street photography.

5 Quick Tips for Easier and Better Street Photography

Whether you're just new to street photography or someone far along in the craft, there's always something you can do to make your shooting experience easier. London-based Haris Finazzi has recently shared with us a handful of tips he believes would make for easier and more immersive street photography.

Quick Tips for Shooting Portraits in Low Light with the iPhone X

Got a shiny new iPhone X and thinking of shooting portraits with it? You must be wondering how you can take the best photos out of it even during low light conditions. Seattle-based photographer Sam Fu comes to the rescue with some quick tips in a video for mobile accessory maker Moment.

Super Easy DIY Trick for Shooting Bokeh Photos Anywhere

Bet you didn’t think you can shoot bokeh anywhere with this. The bubbly and dreamy look of bokeh remains a coveted effect in photography, especially when it comes to portraits. A typical way to achieve this is to shoot in a location with lots of bright lights in varying sizes and colors. But with this

How to Bulk Load Your Favorite Films to Save on Film Costs

Do you find yourself constantly shooting with with just one emulsion? If you're not yet bulk loading your favorite film, Nick Mayo demonstrates how easy it is in one of his recent video tutorials, so you can try it out today and save a lot on film costs.

How to Maximize the Colors of Your Fall-Themed Shoot

Thinking of doing one more fall-themed shoot before the colors of the season fade and give way into wintertime? Pennsylvania-based photographer Joshua Zaring has recently done one, and he has shared with us his tips for maximizing the colors and tones for beautiful fall photos.

How Many of These Film Photography Hacks Do You Know?

Film photography, without a doubt, can be an intimidating and totally different world for beginners. Those who have found their way around are now shooting confidently thanks to little tips and tricks accumulated over the years to make their analog lifestyle easier.

How to Pose a Model for Fashion vs. Fine Art Portraits

Both fashion and fine art photography make use of portraiture for eye-catching pictures, yet the final results show different styles. If you find yourself wanting to dabble on both but aren't sure about what sets them apart from each other, learning how to pose a model for fashion vs. fine art is a good start.

How to Create Rainbow Effect on Your Photos Using Photoshop

Screenshot image from the rainbow effect video by Jessica Kobeissi One of today’s most popular photography trends is the rainbow effect on portraits. Some of us may feel that it’s overused and gimmicky, but it’s most likely going to stick around for a bit longer. If you haven’t done this before and want to see what

How Photographers Can Use Hard Light for Beautiful Portraits

In some of the previous video tutorials we shared, we were told that a soft light setup is the best for portrait work, especially if you're working with female models. If you're curious about how hard light can be used to make beautiful portraits, even for female models, this quick Adorama tutorial by Daniel Norton quickly shows us how.

8 Reasons Why Every Photographer Should Have Instant Cameras

Instant cameras have been a big part of the recent analog resurgence, and it's easy to see why. There's nothing like seeing a print develop right before your eyes. With this medium, you also get to own a bit of photography history in the camera itself.

Eight Reasons Why Every Photographer Should Have Instant Cameras

Instant cameras have been a big part of the recent analog resurgence, and it's easy to see why. There's nothing like seeing a print develop right before your eyes. With this medium, you also get to own a bit of photography history in the camera itself.

Two Must-Have Portrait Lenses for Portrait Photographers

So, you've decided to focus on portrait photography and want to start putting together a gear setup that will let you achieve the best results. Choosing the right lens is a big part of working with portraiture, so if you're still looking, Chicago-based portrait photographer Manny Ortiz talks about his recommendations in a recent video.

7 Easy Photography Tips Beginners Can Do Today

Screenshot image from the video by Nico Mojica If you’re reading this, chances are you’re still figuring your way around the wonderful yet perplexing world of photography. After laboring through the search results of “best camera for photography beginners,” next comes yet another important question: How do you get better at photography? Nico Mojica of

How to Shoot the Classic Highway Long Exposure Shot at Night

Ever wanted to get those gorgeous long exposure shots of busy cities with light streaking along the streets? It's one of the classic highway and cityscape shots that every photographer does every now and then because it conveys a lot of energy and activity in just one frame.

An Easy Way to Get That See-Through Frame Effect for Cool Portraits

Thinking of making your portraits extra cool or fun? Sure, you can use props and colors to jazz up your photos, but there are many other tricks you can use to create interesting images. One of the techniques you can try today is a see-through frame effect. It’s incredibly simple and you only need a

Using A 50mm Lens for Natural Light Boudoir Photography

As societal taboos ebb and flow, Boudoir Photography has been on the rise, becoming a more common and accepted niche of photography than it ever has been. It is likely that many of you have seen boudoir work by photographers you follow and have maybe been thinking about getting into it a little yourself.

Using a 50mm Lens for Natural Light Boudoir Photography

As societal taboos ebb and flow, Boudoir Photography has been on the rise, becoming a more common and accepted niche of photography than it ever has been. It is likely that many of you have seen boudoir work by photographers you follow and have maybe been thinking about getting into it a little yourself.

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