This month's photography lesson is all about the wonderful thing called editing. I use it in almost all my photos to sharpen features or clarity, to change the exposure, or to add a watermark (which I would recommend doing if you have a really nice photo). I'll take you on a step-by-step adventure of how to edit a photo. First, of course, take your photo and upload it onto your computer. Here's Continue Reading >>
Lights, Camera, Angle!
This month's photography post is all about angle. When you hold your camera at different angles, you get totally different pictures, even if it's a picture of the exact same thing. There are many, many, many angles to choose from, just like there are many, many, many lighting options. Today I am going to explain the most-used five: Close-up, Landscape, and the three angles used Continue Reading >>
Photography: Choosing Your Lighting
Today we will be talking about lighting: the types of lighting, and the pros and cons of each. The light you choose for your photo is a very important factor of photography. The direction the light is coming from plays an important part also; the way the light hits your subject could very well be the making of a wonderful, or terrible, photo. First, let's talk about the main natural lightings, Continue Reading >>
The Fundamentals of Photography
Photography is a wonderful thing. It captures action, beauty, and emotions. You can find beauty in what you've never given a thought to before. You can discover a new perspective, and see things in a new light. Photography has caught the eyes of many--inspiring them, intriguing them, and exciting them. But photography is more than just getting a camera and snapping a photo; that's why I am Continue Reading >>