Tutorials Archive

Could I? Documentary Photography, an Introduction

Documentary Photography The world we live in is full of stories, from war zones to migrating animals.  Every day, newspapers are filled with articles showing the struggles of life or a beached pod of whales somewhere in the world, and all of these stories have photographs and ‘The Story’.  Documentary photography, as the words say is documenting the story with photographs.  Words and text and …

Tips to get that Portrait Photography Nailed

Portrait Photography Portrait photography can be sorted out with a few tips that can make the photo look more balanced and more professional so when the person who has been photographed sees the photo, they have a sense of a wow factor rather than ‘looks nice’.  I will start with what I feel is the most important, rather than the typical list that appears online. …

How to use your iPhone for Photography

The majority of people on this planet have a phone and pretty much all of these phones have a camera built in so, here we will talk about how we can use the embedded camera to take awesome photos. I will be focusing on an iPhone 7 because that is what I have but the same principles pretty much apply to most smartphone cameras.

Photography Composition 3: Lines, Curves and Useful Bits

Photography Composition 3 This is the third part of the series about composition in photography.  For this one, we are going to chat about lines and curves.  The previous two articles can be found below. COMPOSITION PART 1 COMPOSITION PART 2 Everything is a Line or a Curve Everything we see is made up of lines or curves.  From buildings to wheels to an egg, everything …

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