Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Nature photography encompasses a wide range of photos taken outdoors, and conveys natural elements such as landscapes, wildlife, plants, trees and flowers.

Whether youre photographing sweeping natural scenes or close-ups of flowers, nature photography can beincredibly rewarding. Here are five tips for taking beautiful photographs of nature.

Focus on the foreground

Being out in nature can be incredibly rewarding. And not just for photography. The fresh air, the scenery, and... more

Control decks for Lightroom and other applications seem to be becoming all the rage these days. And for good reason. I’ve got the Loupedeck+, you can check out the review here, and it’s becoming a pretty valuable tool. More so for me if they ever add DaVinci Resolve support, though. But what if you already […]

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YouTuber Jonathan Morrison caused some stir on Instagram and Twitter on Saturday and trolled both Apple and Android users with a single photo. He posted a selfie with a caption: Pixel 2 Portrait mode rocking the smalls hat thoughts? Android fans rushed to praise the image quality and of course, to bash the […]

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How often do you see a maternity shoot that makes you start crying with laughter? Well, this might be the one. Inspired by Alien, Todd and Nicole Cameron had the idea for the funniest (but also the scariest) maternity shoot Ive ever seen. Photographer Lila Carter turned their idea into reality, and I bet that […]

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Photography used to be my main hobby. I did nature, street, travel and other solo photography styles. I posted stuff on Flickr and it was good. A few of my photos ended up on Explore, some local news websites used my pictures in articles, I even had a guest article on PetaPixel. I really enjoyed […]

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While many Canon shooters process their images on the desktop with something like Lightroom or Capture One, Canon’s Digital Photo Pro software doesn’t suck. A lot of Canon photographers still use it and recommend it to newer photographers who want to shoot raw without getting locked into a subscription or buying expensive software. But as […]

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Just when you already think that three rear cameras in a phone is a bit excessive, Lenovo comes along and teases this. Oh yes, the Z5/S5 Pro will havefour cameras. One 2x telephoto, one regular, and two unknowns. Maybe wide-angle, black & white, depth sensor or a telephoto with a longer reach, who knows? But […]

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Photography is now more accessible than ever.You can document your life on the go with just a tap on a smartphone screen or a quick snap on a digital camera.

Whether its treasured photos of your children, your latest holiday snaps or pictures from a wedding, the advent of smartphone photography has made it incredibly easy to capture the moments that matter to you.

But have you ever wondered what would happen to your precious photos if the technology failed or there was a... more

As a filmmaker I come across many different types of cameras, lenses and of course all the peripherals that come with movie making. For commercial shoots I am currently shooting on a Canon C200 cinema camera using the Canon RAW lite codec. The results are incredible. A few weeks ago I picked up the new […]

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Insta360 has a reputation for producing some pretty fantastic 360 cameras. The Nano S for iPhones has proven to be particularly popular. But it left Android users asking “What about us?”. So along came the Insta360 ONE, which works with both iOS and Android. Today, though, Insta360 has announced the new Insta360 ONE X. The […]

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