Why and How to Use a Color Chart for Photography
A color chart is a tool that’s easy to underestimate. It’s not nearly as complex as most of the gear and software that modern photographers use – but it’s still important in the right context!
How to Fix Blown Out Skies in Photoshop
Getting back details from blown out highlights is something that photographers battle with sometimes. This technique is often an exercise in trial and error.
A Technique for Clean Sharpening in Photoshop
Sharpening without introducing black or white edges around a subject can be a real challenge. Here’s a demonstration of how to sharpen images without the unsavory edges.
Three Easy Tips for Better Bridal Portraits
A smart use of time, a relaxed bride, and clear instructions will almost always help you get that perfect shot of the bride.
How to Replicate Worn Film in Photoshop
That unique “crushed” look of old films is an attractive vintage style that we can show you how to create!
How to Capture Crystal Clear Splash Photography
When trying out new splash photography techniques, the lighting all depends on if you’re photographing something solid or transparent. Let us show you!
How to Make a Cheap DIY Photographer Drone
If you don’t have a professional-grade drone, all you need is some fishing wire, a wide-open field, and a very ordinary object to make your camera fly.
How to Avoid the Red Eye Effects
There was nothing more frustrating back in the day than having your disposable camera’s photos developed just to find that your subjects had red eyes. It’s the flash that does it – here’s how to undo ...
Using Lightroom to Enhance Your Photography Style
Have you heard of Lightroom? It can be used not only to organize and edit photos, but to seamlessly publish them to multiple media channels with a single click!
How to Get Started in Stop Motion Photography
Everything depends on your camera staying still for the whole shoot in stop motion photography. We’ll teach you that kind of patience, and other skills, in this tutorial.