Seven simple rules to make sure you get the most out of your next photography outing.
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There are a ton of useful little features baked into Lightroom that most of us never actually use. Here are three simple tricks you should probably know about.
If you want to capture the perfect fall colors this autumn, you definitely want to check out SmokyMountains.com's interactive fall foliage prediction map.
Great composition is about a lot more than the 'rule of thirds' and 'golden spiral.' In this episode of The Art of Photography, Ted Forbes dives into two key compositional concepts: simplification and negative space.
National Geographic photographer Bob Holmes talks about light, and why you need to learn how to 'see' and not just 'look' at your subject.
New to shooting fireworks? Seattle-based photographer John Cornicello has a few tips for you. He presented a class on this for creativeLIVE some time ago, and with the Fourth of July holiday coming up now's the perfect time to revisit it.
Follow this hands-on tutorial for better monochrome photos.
Everyone has a good side.
It's over ten years since Adobe's Lightroom emerged from beta, and it's evolved a lot since then. The company's 'Coffee break' series of videos introduces features you might not know. For a minute of your time, these tips can help speed your workflow. Read more
Photographer Bob Holmes shares tips about lighting to bring that 'National Geographic look' into your pictures.
The white balance presets in your Android camera app offer an easy way to alter the look and feel of your photographs.
Lighting is key to any good still life. But it doesn't have to be complex or costly. Got a tablet computer? That may be all the equipment you need.
Here’s an off-the-wall idea for you: Take your phone into the ocean. Allan Hoffman shows you how.
|Hook Head Lighthouse by kroker|
from Best Photo of the Week
|Green turtle in the shallows by gcachon|