How to Plan your Dream Photo

Often, when someone sees a picture of me tells me, that luck, that the sun was well placed, or the Milky Way was in the exact spot. And yes, really in landscape photography the luck factor is very important, but...

/ August 2, 2016

How to Photograph Building and Architecture

All cities around the world have building and architecture with unique features. Do your research about a particular location prior to going there. Capturing a great architectural picture can be challenging, hopefully some tips here will help with photographing Buildings...

/ August 1, 2016

Food Photography

If you search on web this title you will find lots of information by different authors. What we are going to do is putting these information together and sort them by a logic. Let's roll!

/ July 4, 2016

The Wedding Photographer’s Cheat Sheet

I'm often asked, "Hey, I'm going to shoot a wedding for the first time. What do I need to know?" Well, a lot. These are the top five concepts to be familiar with before you shoot a wedding. From the...

/ July 1, 2016

Food Photography Backgrounds

People talk about food photography more and more often, not always giving it the right meaning. I am not referring to foodporn or similar crap overflowing on social networking sites.

/ June 17, 2016
Matt Szymkow

Take Your Landscapes to the Next Level

Creating that fantastic visual is an amazing process. For me the process starts well before I pick up my camera and long after I put it down. It’s a happy partnership between planning, traveling, shooting and post production. It’s funny...

/ April 19, 2016
Fabio Bascetta

Make Food Fly With These Tips

As always, even food photography evolves itself moving with the times, from the completely static representation where the magnification of perfection is a requirement, to the subject forced in action through movement. Today, thanks to sophisticated photo editing software, it’s more simple to...

/ April 13, 2016
antonio surricchio

4 Architectural Photography Tips to Step Up Your Skills

Perspective One of the most important thing for me is perspective – how I can use it to create a feeling and project an emotion. So, my first tip to anyone would be to find a camera with a tilt screen, this way...

/ April 5, 2016

Up Your Self Portraits With These 10 Tips

Anne Marthe Widvey is a self-though photographer from Norway. She started with photography when she was a teenager and now work as a fulltime-photographer.

/ November 7, 2015
Romina Kutlesa

Finding and Capturing Mesmerizing Architecture Photos

Romina Kutlesa better known as "PhotoartByKulixx", lives in Munich, Germany. Romina specializes in cityscapes, architecture & landscape photography.

/ October 19, 2015