The first photography genre I fell in love with was self-portraiture. It entered my life at the perfect time. I was yearning to express myself, get better at something new, and feel inspired. Self-portrait photography provided me with plenty of inspiration. It also taught me how to find photo-worthy moments almost anywhere. That’s why I […]
Valentine’s Day is the most romantic holiday of the year. Who’s to say it’s only for couples? In fact, there’s no better occasion to create beautiful memories with unforgettable Valentine’s Day photoshoots. How To Prepare For A Valentine’s Day Photoshoot If you are in a relationship, Valentine’s Day is your jam. Among other things, you’re […]
You’ve probably taken thousands of simple, spontaneous, and silly photos of your pet. Snapshots like that are ideal for making unforgettable memories and lifting your spirits. However, pet portraits can get a little boring due to a lack of creativity. And a lack of creativity, as you know, can ruthlessly distance you from a photography […]
Multiple award-winning DP Kirk Neff shares his cutting edge techniques using DSLRs to create a beautiful cinematic look in the fast-paced world of long-format news and documentary television. Kirk has honed his skills during a 20-year career shooting on five continents. Along the way, he has developed specialized tools to maximize creativity and flexibility in […]
Breaking the rules of photography composition can, in fact, lead to creative results, if done properly. The rules of photography and photographic composition are not very strict. There are no penalties for doing it ‘wrong’. Technical purists might tell you otherwise. I am more inclined to teach creative expression rather than technical perfection. Getting too […]
2021 is here, and it is time to reset our artistic goals. Fine art and still life photographer Claire Rosen will teach you how to be creative, how to brainstorm, and how to execute your photography ideas. About Speaker: Claire Rosen is an award-winning artist whose elaborate constructions often feature anthropomorphic animals, archetypal heroines, or […]
If you’re inviting children to your wedding, it’s a good idea to think of a few ways to keep them entertained at the reception. We love the idea of seating all the kiddos at one table – they’ll have a blast playing with the other children and it’ll give their parents a much-needed break, too. […]
Photographing the same thing three times sounds tedious. But could it be artistic? Pattern in photography can draw the eye, make us think and turn the simplest objects into artwork. Most photography tip lists encourage budding photographers to try something new. This is not that kind of list – because I’m going to encourage you to try more of the same thing, all in a single photo. Here’s why regular patterns in photography work. And a few tips to make repetition anything but boring.
One of the most important settings on your camera is shutter speed, and it’s just as important to master this as it is to master aperture. If anything, shutter speed control allows you to become even more creative with your photography. Exciting techniques like light painting and panning both rely on the photographers’ use of this setting. In this article, you’ll learn techniques that need a creative shutter speed, and how you can apply this to your photography. So let’s begin with what shutter speed is, and why it’s important.
There is really no better time to practice some at-home creative photography ideas. There are lots of ideas you can experiment with, and with some basic equipment, you can really work wonders. Let’s get into it and discover some creative photography ideas you can work on at home, and work into a series of images.
Stuck at home? Here are some cool and fun creative DIY photo ideas that you can replicate at home!