Category: Beginner Photography
Here you’ll learn what shooting modes will work best in different situations, the essential camera settings, and how they work, along with a whole bunch of other beginner photography tips to fast track your photo skills!Read More
Whether you’re a casual shooter or trying to make photography your full-time gig, it’s essential to understand how and why aperture plays a crucial roll in your photography.
In this article, I’ll be breaking down everything you need to know about aperture in photography and some useful tips you probably didn’t know about.
This filter guide makes it easy to find the filter that’ll make the most impact in your photography, at a price point that won’t make you weak in the knees.Read More
Tripods are useful for a variety of reasons but aren’t always needed in every situation. In this post, you’ll learn when to use a tripod and the reasons you might want to use one.Read More
Discover everything you need to know about why, when, and how to use a lens hood in your photography. Lens hoods are far more than a useless piece of plastic and this post is going to prove it.Read More
There’s a lot to learn in photography and improving your photos can feel like a long process. By implementing some of the tips discussed here, you’ll be able to spot and resolve any beginner mistakes popping up in your photography.Read More
If you’re new to photography or starting to step into the world of manual mode, the exposure triangle is going to be a huge help. This tool creates a visual representation of the balancing act that plays out each time you choose your camera settings.Read More
Digital noise is a natural part of photography and there are many ways to reduce it in your photos. Here you’ll learn what causes noise, how to reduce it, and tips to deal with it after the fact if need be.Read More
With lenses, camera bodies, filters, and other accessories, it’s easy for your camera bag to get out of control. To help you avoid these issues, let’s go over how to organize your camera bag like a professional. The not so sexy part of being a photographer.Read More