Photography Tips & Tutorials

14 Ways To Grow In Confidence As A Photographer

Confidence may seem like something you either have or you don't. Even worse, it may seem like everyone else has it but you. Fortunately, both of those things couldn't be further from the truth. All you need is a little knowledge, patience, and a few techniques to...

A Guide To Finding Awesome Photography Locations

As a photographer, the search for new locations is endless. Unless you shoot exclusively in a studio, you're going to need to spend some time finding photography locations, and you want to use this time wisely. If you're a location-based photographer, scouting is...

How To Start A Photography Blog

Having an online presence is essential for photographers. Whether you're a hobbyist wanting to show off your photos, or a professional wanting to make money by selling your photography services, being found online isn't optional. If you're in it for the long-term, you...

Improve Your Lake Photography With These 18 Simple Tips

One of the best ways to add interest and variety to your landscape photos is to include water in the scene. Although I love to photograph seascapes, sometimes there's no coastline nearby, or I'm looking for calmer waters. Lake photography is a great way to add water...

How To Create More Dramatic Seascape Photography With Photoshop

There's something about the ocean and the beach that has always been a magnet for landscape photographers. The meeting of land and sea is one of mother nature's most attractive features, and can make for some incredible photo opportunities. Seascape photography has...

The Best Stock Photo Sites For Selling Your Photography

Making money from photography isn't easy. If anything, it's getting more difficult. As the supply increases, prices drop, meaning photographers have to keep diversifying to keep earning money. Whether photography accounts for 100% of your income or it's a side-hustle,...

Pinterest For Photographers – The Ultimate Guide 2020

One of the many challenges for photographers is keeping up with social media. If you're anything like me, your relationship with social media is bittersweet. It can be incredibly rewarding and provides a fantastic opportunity to promote your photography while being...

Recommended Camera Settings For Landscape Photography

As with all genres of photography, landscapes can be incredibly varied in the way that we photograph them and the camera settings we use. There is no right way to photograph landscapes, but I have found over the years that I have settings that I keep going back to....

How To Take Sharper Photos

We've all been there. You're photographing a beautiful scene, the light is gorgeous, and you get some killer shots. You can't wait to get home to see how they turned out, but when you upload them you're totally bummed to realize they're "soft" (meaning blurry and...

17 Travel Photography Tips That Won’t Cost You A Cent

Coming home from your vacation or trip with great travel photos always feels amazing. The truth is that taking better travel photos isn't that hard. I'm not suggesting it's easy to take amazing travel photos, but I'm going to give you a few travel photography tips...

The Best Lens For Landscape Photography

For a long time, my go-to lens for landscape photography was the 24-70mm f/2.8. It's an incredibly versatile lens. It's fast and sharp. It's by far one of the best lenses for landscape photography in my opinion. It's also big, heavy, and expensive. It was my workhorse...

8 Tips For Photographing Children

I am one of those people who naturally gravitate towards children. Apparently, I was always that child who wanted to hold the baby. Any baby. It's just the way I am. I guess that's what drew me to become a paediatric nurse. It's also probably why I love to photograph...

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