Aerial Photography

Aerial Photography 

What is Drone Photography?

Other than having commercial, agricultural and military uses, most of us use our drones as a hobby or for fun.
They allow us to photograph and video from an entirely new perspective.
UAVs (unmanned aircraft) or drones have had significant advances in technology, creating devices for every budget.
There are drones where a go pro camera can be attached. And there are others where they include a camera capable of shooting 4K video at a rate of 120 fps......

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Astro Photography

What Is Astrophotography?

Simply put, it’s a specialized kind of photography. One comprised of concepts and techniques that involve the photography of astronomical objects. These might be the moon, planets, and stars, but also nebulae and The Milky Way.

Types of Astrophotography

There are several types of astrophotography you can pursue........

Baby Photography

Photographing a baby can be as challenging as photographing a kid, if not more. Newborns have their own minds, and sometimes their mood can get in the way of your work. But if you know how to get around it, you’ll be able to ace newborn photography.

We’ve got some important baby photography tips that will help you get through the process........

Beginner Fundamentals

How camera work.

Types of camera.

Compact Cameras

 Also known as a point-and-shoot camera. A compact camera is an inexpensive entry-level camera for the amateur digital photographer.
These cameras are small and lightweight. They usually come with standard, automatic settings.
They are the most user friendly of the camera options. You frame your subject and press the button.
The camera does all the work. It assesses the scene and determines a correct exposure......

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Cadid Photography

What Does Candid Photography Mean?

The important first question to ask is what is candid photography? Candid photography is any type of photography that is real and in the moment.
There is no posing, no fake smiles—only true, genuine feelings. The subjects may know you are there photographing them. But they are not taken out of the moment by a camera’s presence.....

Documentary Photography

What Is a Documentary Photography Project?

A documentary photography project is a visual narrative of virtually anything you can make pictures of. Typically a long term project rather than a one time photo session. You will produce a series of images over a period of days, weeks, months or years........

Fashion Photography

What is Fashion Photography?

The world of fashion photography is fast-paced. It focuses on portraiture, posing, extensive lighting, and beautiful locations.

This genre is evolving and changing as many photographers find their own aesthetic.

You may have heard of Mario Testino, Jurgen Teller, Nick Knight or Helmut Newton. But there are thousands of other photographers trying to make a name for themselves......

Fine Art Photography

What Is Fine Art Photography?

Like most, you’ll need to researching this topic to get a good idea of what it is. Fine art photography contrasts against representational photography, such as photojournalism.
It puts fine art and art photography as a process. This is where the artist/photographer tries to express their perceptions and emotions. These are then shared with others......

Food Photography

What is Food Photography?

Taking pictures of food is one area of photography that has boomed in recent years. People are starting to cook more and the world of social media has made it possible to show what we are cooking. Or eating.
There are more restaurants than ever, dishing out more kinds of food that you could conceive. All these need photographing. To show, share, and persuade. Designed to make your mouth water.
This is our complete guide to all things food photography. We will look at the best cameras to use, the lenses that accompany them and the accessories you will need.
Styling food will be as easy as pie with all our tips and techniques (and sneaky tricks) to make your food pop........

Indoor Photography

1. Play With High ISO Numbers

Indoor lighting can be very complicated, especially when it’s almost dark outside. To take sharp photographs, you’ll have to increase your ISO number. As scary as it might sound, it won’t ruin your photographs.
The photos above were taken on a gloomy day using both natural window light and artificial light.
These are the camera settings I used:...........