Gaurav Mittal give us tip on capturing birds in action.

Creating Selection for Wildlife Photos

The first step in post processing your wildlife photos the first step is to be able to isolate your subject from its background. Here is how you do it.

Do I Need A New Camera?

Do you really need a New Camera? Here is what Lace Andersen has to say about it.
Redwood Forest National Park, California (CA), USA

How do I set my Camera's Exposure?

How do I set my camera's exposure? This is the question that we get all the time. We use histogram to determine the correct exposure.
Riveting Riffelsee Reflection in Switzerland

5 Tips When Purchasing Your Next Lens

Christina Donadi gives some very practical advise including what pitfalls to avoid when purchasing your next lens.
Mount Diablo Impressions

Impressions: Creating Abstract Landscapes

Francesco Carucci shares a simple in-camera technique to create beautiful abstract landscapes.
Mesquite Dunes, Death Valley National Park, California (CA), USA

Photographing Complementary Colors

Jays show us how to use complementary colors to create stunning contrast in your photos.
Jakusarlon, Iceland

Why Do Some Landscape Photos Work and Others Do Not?

Have you ever wondered why some landscape photos create more impact then other? Here are some insights into why this happens.
Orange Flower with Dandelion Seed

Inexpensive Macro Gear Alternatives

Lace Andersen gives us two inexpensive Macro Gear alternatives to get you started with close-up photography.

The Tao of Landscape Photography

For pro photographer Alex Lagarejos landscape photography is the absolute antithesis of his day job. Here is how he pursues it.
Cathedrals Caves, Catlins, New Zeland

Dealing with Extreme Tonal Range

Bracketing and Blending is not the ONLY way to capture extreme tonal range. Here are some other ideas.
Sometimes when the sky is plain and blue, black and white works to create a nice contrasty scene where the focus is on the shapes and tones.

When to fall back to Black and White photography?

Here are some basic guidelines by pro photographer Christine Hauber on when to fall back to black and white photography.
A brief window of light over the grand canyon after a clearing winter storm.

An Intro to Camera's Metering Modes

Metering modes - What is it and why it is important to understand how they work even if you may not always use them.