Fashion Photography Tips For Success

Posted on August 17, 2015 By

4We see them all over the place; in television advertisements, in magazines, and on the runway. They are the beautiful men and women who strut their stuff while showing off the latest styles from the hottest fashion designers. These are the fashion models of today and tomorrow, and the subject of high fashion photography. It is through photography that these models and fashionable clothing are brought to the public. Therefore, these photographs must be taken with a certain level of precision and a special attention to color, style, and lighting composition. Learning a few key fashion photography tips will help to make this possible.

High fashion photographers such as Mario Testino and Eva Mueller may not be as famous as the models they shoot, but they are actually sought out more than their model counterparts by fashion magazines and designers. While the dream of huge paychecks and hobnobbing with the rich and famous might appeal to the aspiring fashion photographer, it is not easy to become successful in fashion and model photography. For every one talented young photographer who makes it big, there are

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Familiarize These Basic Photography Tips For Outstanding Results

Posted on August 10, 2015 By

3Basic Photography Tip # 1, Visual literacy

Now that so many of us are just clicking away with whatever technological piece of equipment we have, we are seldom giving thought to how and why the image is important, or in what way it might influence others.

Visual literacy is about seeing instead of looking. When getting ready to take that shot, stop for a second to think about what the picture is saying.

Understand that every photograph suggest its own vision and view of the world. When you are getting ready to take that shot, try to pre visualize what is being translated from the three-dimensional reality that is in front of you, onto the two- dimensional space within the frame of the photograph. The camera is only a tool which will help you present your interpretation of what you see to the world.

Basic Photography Tip #2, Visual impact and Appeal

There are many formal values within a photograph, and they may vary. These values consist of composition, proportion, focus, balance, rhythm, and texture among others. Any of these elements will influence the visual impact and appeal of the photograph. But, the most important basic

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The Different Types of Photography Are Endless

Posted on August 3, 2015 By

2Photography is an art form that encompasses many forms. Portrait photography and landscape photography are perhaps, the most popular types of photography, but there are many different forms as well. Both amateurs and professionals will enjoy particular types more than any other. Most professional photographers will choose one type of photography to specialize in. Some types of photography encompass two or more other types of photography, so it’s not hard to pick a specialty based on the photographer’s personality.


This type of photography is for shooting photos of facts as they happened. These photographs are used to attract readers for news stories. This style of photography requires the knowledge to capture human emotion in a single photograph and can take years of practice to perfect.


Macrophotography refers to photos that are taken at a very close range. In order to become a macro photographer, the proper professional film equipment (pfe) is essential. Lenses and other needed equipment are expensive and require advanced knowledge to learn.


This is very similar to photojournalism, but in documentary photography the photographs are meant for historical evidence

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Wedding Photographer Salary

Posted on December 24, 2015 By

Thinking of selecting wedding photography as your niche? Know how rewarding this choice is monetarily, by knowing how much salary you’d earn as a wedding photographer.

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… following and taking part in activities lined up by organizations such as Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) will help you develop a dynamic resume.
Every couple wants their wedding to be captured in photographs, so that they can relive those moments. To make this possible, they hire a wedding photographer, who has, over the years, become an indispensable part of the event.

A wedding photographer shoots all the activities related to a wedding―the rehearsal dinner, the wedding, the reception, etc. S/he can be hired to shoot all these events or just a few of them. Earlier the role of a wedding photographer involved only shooting the bride and groom, it has now evolved significantly. Today, couples travel all over the world for their pre-wedding shoot. The salary of a wedding photographer, thus, has become significantly rewarding than what it was before.
Educational Requirements

Usually, students have no option but to acquire a general photography degree and then, post that,

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Recommended Equipment for Wedding Photography

Posted on December 18, 2015 By

Wedding photography is a huge responsibility which you have to get right in the first go. This calls for the need to have all your essential camera equipment ready. This Buzzle article will list out the equipment you need to get your wedding photography assignment in the right direction.

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B/W Wedding Photoshoot
“If you’re photographing in color you show the color of their clothes – if you use black and white, you will show the color of their soul.”
― Anonymous
Unlike still life photography, wedding photography is an uphill task. You not only have to pay attention to the minute details, but also have to appease the bride and groom with satisfactory pictures. After all, the wedding pictures are not something everyone takes lightly. Besides, wedding photographs are the only means for a couple to reminisce their wedding day long after the actual day has passed. All this just points us in one direction―of getting the perfect shots during a wedding photo shoot. For this, you need not just a camera but a lot of other equipment as well.

Given below are the essential equipment that every photographer, a

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Pros and Cons of Being a Wedding Photographer

Posted on December 12, 2015 By

Wedding photographers have their work cut out for them. It’s not just normal photography, but a profession where the photographer needs to be at all places at once, and capture every significant moment. Despite the challenges and the seeming lack of perks associated with wedding photography, many succeed in making it worth it and reinforce the importance of the job they do.

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Being a wedding photographer
When we attend weddings, we get a little inconvenienced sometimes when the wedding photographer steps in front of us to get that “perfect shot” of the couple at the expense of our view. What no one realizes is that he is only doing his job (though a good cameraman will try not to block out someone’s view unless he really cannot help it). He was hired by the couple to do the most important job: the one of preserving memories. What the congregation expects to be an easy job is in fact, deceptively simple. “What’s there to do except prance around looking stupid holding a huge camera with a bigger lens and making a few poses yourself to get the perfect shot?” we think.

Apparently the work in this profession

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Still Life Photography

Posted on December 6, 2015 By

Still life photography is a highly appreciated art form, wherein each photographer has a certain style. The idea is to convey a ‘story’ with the means of a snap. Still life photographers always experiment with different compositions and they play with the light and shadow over the objects of their composition.

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Still life photography
Photography is a humongous art form that has various types of sections as per an individual’s interest. A few photography types would include fashion, nature, fine art, wedding, advertising, still life, portrait, architectural, travel, candid, macro, black and white, night, digital, nude, etc.

Still life photography gives a photographer the liberty and freedom to arrange the object in the way he/she wants. Let us focus on the basic criteria that needs to be kept in mind for this type of photography.
What is Still Life Photography?
Still Life Photography
One must have seen the wonderful pictures in the magazines and brochures, especially the ones where an ice cream or cherry looks so delicious that you feel like grabbing it immediately. It is the magic of still life photography that makes it look so life-like. This photography is the depiction of inanimate subjects

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Maternity Photography Ideas

Posted on November 26, 2015 By

Maternity photography leads to not just an album, but an experience, and there are many things that you can go on to show in this medium. But we are aware that it can get really confusing, so to help you out, here are some simple maternity photo shoot tips that you can look into.

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Maternity photography idea
No other event can probably evoke the same feelings of unparalleled happiness and joy in a woman than pregnancy can. It’s no surprise then that you will want to capture these moments forever and ever in the form of photos. But how should you go about it? Are there special poses that you can don for best results? What will make for the most priceless snaps? Something so special that when you look at the snaps years later, you will be easily transported back to your pregnancy days? Something that is so cherished, that you will go through the entire 9 months again and re-live every kick from the baby, the cravings during pregnancy, the soft satiny baby clothes and the emotional roller coaster ride, all over again? Maternity photos. That’s what.
In the following sections we will

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Photography Quotes and Sayings

Posted on November 19, 2015 By

Photography is quite easy to learn, however to master this art and take beautiful pictures takes skill, patience and practice. Here are some photography quotes and sayings to inspire you…

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With the advent of digital photography, everybody has a camera. Digital cameras have made taking pictures quite easy. However, to master the art or capture the perfect picture you need skill, patience and practice.

Listed below, are some famous quotes on photography to inspire you to take great pictures, and few funny quotes for you to read and enjoy.
Great Photography Quotes
You don’t take a photograph. You ask, quietly, to borrow it. – Pentax advertisement
It’s weird that photographers spend years or even a whole lifetime, trying to capture moments that added together, don’t even amount to a couple of hours.- James Lalropui Keivom
There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer. – Ansel Adams
Quote by Ted Grant
When you photograph people in color you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in B&W, you photograph their souls! – Ted Grant
There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs. –

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Things You Need to Know about Forensic Photography

Posted on November 11, 2015 By

Forensic photography is a branch of forensic science that involves the application of imaging techniques to record evidential details in a criminal investigation.

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It is an idiomatic expression used to refer to the compilation of investigative details including crime scene photographs and sketches, autopsy and forensic reports, transcripts of investigators’ notes, and witness interviews.
Forensic photography is a vital tool that helps investigators reconstruct the series of events that lead to the crime, and gain an insight towards finding the identity of the criminal. It is also known as forensic imaging and crime scene photography. It involves creating a visual, photographic record of all the details relevant to a criminal investigation. It includes photographing the various aspects of the crime scene, the state in which the victim was found, and the suspects, so as to be used as evidence in court or as an aid to the investigation. At times, it also involves the creation of simulations and displays that help a court jury understand how the crime took place.

In case of some evidences that are minute in size or are indiscernible by the naked eyes, forensic

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How to Use Panning Technique in Photography

Posted on November 4, 2015 By

Panning is nothing but rendering a picture in motion. Though it sounds tough, this technique is relatively easy to master.

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“A still photograph is called a still photograph because the picture doesn’t move, not because the objects in the picture are not in motion. The photographer’s mission, should he decide to accept it, is to capture motion with stillness.”
―Vincent Versace
While most pictures create a static image of the moving object, panning allows the background to be blurred, so as to get an impression of motion. Panning allows you to attain amazing results, if done with perfection.

The panning technique is nothing but moving the camera in a steady sweep, to keep the subject in the same spot on the viewfinder. In short, you have to pan the camera to keep up with the moving subject, to make your subject stand out in the picture. Panning helps render motion to an otherwise still image.
Panning, in simple words, is a technique that follows eye and neck movement while watching a race. This means that, the movement ought to be steady and slow, and not one that jerks. This technique is

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Types of Photography

Posted on October 20, 2015 By

The various types of photography are a clear indication of why this much-loved art form has reached epic proportions in terms of popularity; either as a hobby or as a profession. And, some of these photography styles definitely enjoy a prominent position in the creative industry.

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A photograph is not just a representation of what one sees in reality. It often represents something that is not seen by an ordinary observer. A photograph is definitely worth a thousand words, and it has the power to convey a whole new meaning of a particular situation. While photography may be a hobby to some, this art form is a complete profession to many, as it offers various avenues to aspiring photographers.
The world’s most spectacular photographs need not require the most expensive equipment. A stunning photograph would require the expertise of a skillful eye that is trained to capture moments in the best way possible. Although color photography gained popularity with time, photographers are aware about the full potential of black and white pictures as well. So, whether it’s the passion for fashion or nature, photographers all over the world are having a delightful

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Digital Photography Tips and Hints

Posted on October 15, 2015 By

It is always very important to look out for any digital photography hints and tips. Some people can literally take fabulous photographs without really trying, but the majority of us need whatever help we can get to make our photographs look professional.

It may appear daunting to think that you can, quite easily take on board a few of the professional photographers digital photography tips and hints to turn your photographs into those of a pro. The truth is, you can and it does not take much.

Lets Take a Look at Some of the Main Digital Photography Tips and Hints:


The key to taking better portrait photographs and the number one digital photography tips and hints is that of keeping things simple. You do however need to plan what you are doing.

If you are going to take a photograph of a couple as a portrait, don’t just get them to face the camera and hope for the best. Try to get them to look at each other, or get one to give the other a ‘playful’ kiss on the cheek.

This also applies to family portraits. One of

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Learn Digital Photography

Posted on October 10, 2015 By

Yes, digital photography is dead in the water IF ‘photography’ is taken out of digital photography. As Kodak’s brownie box camera and their Instamatic brought photography to the masses in the 20th century, so the digital camera has done the same in the 21st. But, once the ‘ability to take photos novelty’ wears off, the lack of skills will relegate the digital camera to the hobby drawer.

There is a principle in management science that says in business a person is promoted to the level of their own incompetence and no further. It’s called the ‘Peter Principle’ formulated by Dr. Laurence J. Peter in his book of the same name. After that they stagnate and can only move sideways. This is true for photography also. Once you reach your level of incompetence or maximum ability, there you sit. It’s at this point the interest wanes and your camera outings become more and more infrequent. In other words, another death of digital photography.

There will always be the hardliners in any field who will continue to practise to the level of their incompetence, but, the average Joe who was once excited by digital photography is no

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Wedding Photography Lenses That Every Photographer Can’t Do Without

Posted on October 5, 2015 By

There are generally four kinds of photography lenses that every wedding photographer should have in his or her gig bag:

  • Wide-Angle Zoom
  • Wide-to-Telephoto Zoom
  • Image-Stabilized Telephoto Zoom
  • Prime/Portrait Lenses

Wide-Angle Zoom

Wide-angle zoom lenses are one of the most important photography lenses that every wedding photographer should have, typically 17mm to 35mm in length with a fixed aperture of f/2.8. They provide a large depth of field, making it simple to have foreground and background in focus. They are an indispensable wedding photography equipment which allows versatility in confined areas such as a small banquet room or crowded dance floor. While shorter photography lenses allow you to capture more details, wide-angle zoom lenses allow you to capture more reactions and atmosphere to tell a richer story.

To elaborate further, wide-angle zoom photography lenses allow you to shoot a wider perspective of moments happening around the major subject, hence providing a bigger picture of the entire event. For example, wide-angle photos have the capability to tell “stories within a story”, allowing you to reveal more of the story behind the shot. This is essential for a good photojournalistic wedding photography. As events surrounding weddings are so time

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Top Photography Schools to Learn Digital Photography

Posted on September 28, 2015 By

If you looked forward to start a career in photography schools in America, here are multiple opportunities to get top photography schools in America. The fundamental training in digital photography are all the same either using modern digital cameras or traditional analogue cameras.

Digital photography is all about having eye for compelling images or strong desire to keep old memories in prints. Even if you lack certain skills in photography never worry since we have more than enough top photography schools in America where you can take photography lessons from the best the world can offer.

Many people are enrolling in a photography school in America in order to get hired as soon as they graduated. Some of these schools are found in cosmopolitan areas all around the world such as in London, Paris with best hands to take you through the photography course.

You would be exposed extensively to flash photography, how to use different lenses, studio equipments and photography software. You will also learn handling of camera both technical and creative aspects of it. You will also learn about camera lens filter such as polarizer, UV,GND, and ND, how to use a

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6 Digital Wedding Photography Tips For Successful Wedding Photography

Posted on September 21, 2015 By

Taking digital wedding photographs can be much different from taking pictures with a standard camera. You will have a number of advantages available; however, there are also other considerations that must be made. Below you will find digital wedding photography tips to help guide you through the process.

Digital Wedding Photography Tips #1: Getting the Shot without Disturbing the Service

One of the most important digital wedding photography tips that should be observed is how to make sure you achieve the shot without actually disturbing the ceremony. First, you should always make sure the sound on your camera is turned off.

Nothing disturbs a ceremony more than the sound of a digital camera. In addition, make sure you time your movements with other activity during the ceremony so that you can achieve the boldness you need to get the right shot without being obtrusive.

Digital Wedding Photography Tips #2: Being Prepared

Being prepared when taking wedding photographs is always important but it is even more so when using a digital camera. You will need to make absolutely sure you have an adequate number of batteries. Batteries tend to drain quickly and you do

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Photography Tips to Solve the Photo Doldrums

Posted on September 14, 2015 By

Is your camera gathering dust right now? Is it because you can’t think of anything to take pictures of? Then you’ve caught the photo doldrums! What’s the remedy? It’s quite possibly something very simple – you need to start shooting the ideal photo subject.

” No other subject offers a… photographer such a range of possibilities for documentary and interpretive images, and few subjects are as easy to find.” – Freeman Patterson, Photography of Natural Things

What is this ideal photo subject for overcoming the photo doldrums? Would you believe, water? But most photographers pass right by water when they seek something ‘special’ or ‘different’ to photograph. Why is that? In a word – familiarity. It acts as a mental blinder that prevents them from seeing excellent photo-ops that are right in front of them!

So, my very first photography tip for solving the photo doldrums is this: ask yourself just one simple question, “Which way to the water?” Now, here are some more photography tips to help you determine directions.

Photography Tips: Water’s Warm Season Photo Op’s

Is there a river, lake or ocean nearby? If so, you have what you

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Secrets In Choosing The Right Style Of Wedding Photography On Your Wedding Day

Posted on September 7, 2015 By

What is Wedding Photography?

For most couples, this may sound an odd question to ask, most would answer that wedding photography is the kind of photography done during weddings. That is partly correct. But that over simplifies the meaning of wedding photography. The art of wedding photography has change tremendously in the past twenty years. Today it may even have a different meaning for each couple.

In the past, wedding photographers are technicians behind a black box almost mystical that very few would even try to operate it. Back then, wedding couples are hiring wedding photographers to produce wedding pictures of their big day. It is to simply record the event. And the one they chose might be doing six weddings a day.

In 2010, almost all wedding guests have their own digital camera that could produce well-exposed pictures at very minimal cost. What it means is that the professional wedding photographers must have something more to offer to their wedding couples. At the same time, the digital revolution also allowed wedding photographers the new technologies to offer something different. This is one of the reasons why wedding photography has improved compared to what

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7 Best Online Institutions For Photography That Can Change Your Career

Posted on August 21, 2015 By

Online institutions for photography are great options for professional and amateur photographers who want to improve their photography skills. Compared to the conventional photography institutions, online schools have various benefits from lower fee structure to efficient time utilization. Our busy schedule today, does not allow everyone to regularly attend a regular classroom program but it is easy for anyone to regularly attend an online photography course. Since the materials can be downloaded and learnt at your own convenience, you can learn during your spare time and weekends.

7 best online institutions that you should consider are:

1. AS in Digital Photography, International Academy of Design and Technology– For photography beginners, this is probably the best online course because it covers a large range of topics from composition to lighting techniques at a beginner level.

2. Photojournalism Program, Boston University– Boston University is a renowned university in United States. When the university officials realized the potential of internet as a great resource for educating students, they came up with a number of fascinating online courses and their department of photography is one among them. The faculty includes professional photographers who have won several prestigious awards

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