The foreground of my sunset photos turns out completely black. What am I doing wrong?
Tapping into shared experiences can help you create impact in your composition.
When I speak publicly, I get a lot of questions about how much work I do in Photoshop, and how - exactly - I produce a finished image.
As a kid who dreamed of being a photographer and a parent who knows that art business is tough Varina will tries to answer this question.
When I decide to convert an image to monotone, it's usually because…
When people see me working, they invariably ask if I like my Wacom Graphics Tablet. The answer is HECK, YES! I absolutely love my tablet.
Some photos require just a moment or two in Photoshop, while others requires more time. On average, I spend between 5-15 minutes per photo.
We often here the explanation that it is an ‘Artistic photo” – Do photographers disguise their mediocre photography skills as “artistic”?
Have people told you your photos look “fake”, “too HDRish”, or that you used too much “photoshop magic”? – Here is how we answer them.
Compositional rules might make a photo more appealing, and it’s important to know the rules. But, aren’t all rules meant to be broken?
We have six kids between us. We are always busy – homework, soccer, martial arts. So, how do we balance family and a photographic career?
How can a photographer select a “winner” for entry in competition? There’s no sure answer, but there are a few things to consider.