Interior Photography

What Is Interior Photography

Have you ever photographed for real estate listings? Then you may have gotten a taste of what shooting interior photography is like.
But architectural or interior photography is different than real estate photography. Part of it is because there’s more time and energy put into each part of the process, including post-production.
The expectations are also higher when working with interior designers or builders, as opposed to more traditional interior shoots where it’s just you.
Interior photography shoots are very collaborative and detail-oriented. From the client meetings to the styling to the editing.
This high attention to detail is part of what allows it to demand higher rates, as well! It doesn’t only mean a lot of detail shots of the interior spaces, but also paying more attention to post-processing too.
The end goal is always to produce eye-catching interior photographs. These have to work in magazines just as well as they would on Instagram.


Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is a favorite with professional and amateur photographers alike.

There awaits a wealth of natural landscapes filled with beauty and drama, always changing with the seasons. To avoid taking bland images, follow these top landscape photography tips.

Create Depth
Landscape photograph of Mount Moran

When you are taking a landscape photograph, try creating a sense of depth by.......

Macro Photography

Micro, Macro or Close Up?

The terms macro and micro are both commonly used in this aspect of photography, and though the literal meanings are opposite (micro means small and macro means large), they both refer to the same thing: making a small object look big.

True macro photography is done using a dedicated macro (for Canon products) or micro (for Nikon products) lens, which has the capability of achieving at least a 1:1 magnification.......

Maternity Photography

10. Mom Alone

If you are photographing a couple, don’t forget to take photos of just the mom. Getting a good solid portrait of her embracing her bump is going to make for tender and meaningful photographs.

Posing her in flattering ways can also create more depth and warmth to the photograph......

Mobile Photography

1. Use gridlines to balance your shot.

One of the easiest and best ways to improve your mobile photos is to turn on the cameras gridlines. That superimposes a series of lines on the screen of your smartphones camera that are based on the rule of thirds -- a photographic composition principle that says an image should be broken down into thirds, both horizontally and vertically, so you have nine parts in total.......

Portrait Photography

1. Focus on the subject

The subject is the most important aspect of portrait photography. Making the subject comfortable with you is an essential factor for a successful portrait photography session. Take out time to connect with your subject before the photo shoot and if possible, meet up in person............

Sports Photography

1. Learn the rules of the game

It is important to understand the rules of the sport you are planning to photograph. The better you know the game, the better your pictures will be. Check out online resources that teach the rules of the sport, the best shooting positions, types of images to look for, and equipment to use.

2. Learn to use your camera

If you are new to photography, then you should spend some time getting to know your camera.......

Travel Photography

Know Your Camera

I have been through many styles and brands of cameras over the years. First there was the film camera I had when I was 14, which sparked my love of photography.

I had no idea what I was doing and I wasted a lot of money getting crappy images developed because I just didn’t know how to use it.

Then I bought a few point and shoot cameras as I travelled the world, before finally upgrading to an entry-level dSLR.

Weeding Photography

Why Wedding Photography Can Be A Challenge

Wedding photography is different from other categories of photography. Usually weddings are one-time event, so there is very little room for error.

First challenge you will face is dealing with the bride and families of the couple, as it can be very stressful.

You need to be attentive while signing a wedding photography contract......

Wildlife Photography

1. Choose a good camera

There are many types of cameras out there, but only a few are versatile enough for shooting wildlife outdoors. The best choices you have are SLRs and mirrorless cameras. The mid- and pro-level models are typically weather-sealed, and they can be set manually and can accept different lenses......