Photography Beginner's Guide to Photography

Beginner's Guide to Photography

Photography Basics: Long Exposure

LESSON FOUR: LONG EXPOSURE If you’ve ever wondered how to snap serene shots of flowing water, vibrant light trails from moving cars, or the hustle and bustle of foot traffic, then today’s lesson is for...

How to Photograph “Americana,” Part 2

The United States is a massive country, full of as many different things to photograph as there are different identities, ways of living, and cultures. States, cities, and regions all have unique and overlapping...

Photography Basics : Cityscape Photography

LESSON NINE : CITYSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY BEFORE YOU GET STARTED, CHECK OUT OUR GUIDE TO SPICING UP YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY WITH GEOMETRY; THEN, GO OUT AND PRACTICE! Photographing a city is one of the best ways to explore....

Photography Basics: Landscapes

LESSON 12: LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHS Ever admired the sweeping vistas immortalized on your Instagram feed and wondered how you could capture such beauty yourself? Look no further than this lesson, full of the essential landscape photography...

Photography Basics: Lightroom Editing

LESSON 23: LIGHTROOM EDITING You frame the shot, position the lens, click the shutter, and now you’ve got yourself a photo. But even if the image looks great on playback, there’s still some work to...

Photography Basics: Black-And-White Photography

LESSON 22: BLACK-AND-WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY Whether you’re looking to evoke memories of a time long past, or simply play up the drama of a high-contrast shot, black-and-white photography is a medium that will challenge even the...

Photography Basics: Indoor Photography

LESSON 21: INDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY Though photographing sweeping landscapes is made easier by the abundance of natural light, mastering the art of photographing indoors is one lesson that every photographer should learn. Ready to begin? Read on. If...

Photography Basics: Bokeh

LESSON 20: BOKEH Whether or not you’ve ever heard of this quirky photography term, chances are that you’ve encountered what it represents. Deriving from the Japanese word boke — which literally translates to “blur” or...

Photography Basics: Low-Light Photography

LESSON 19: LOW-LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY Whether it's the dimly lit theatre stage or the celebratory glow of birthday candles, the moments we most want to document often occur in low-light settings. Accordingly, photos from those occasions...

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