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Photography Lens Types And Purposes

Because they know about my avid interest, friends and family are often asking me for photography advice. Sometimes their questions are about styles or camera features, but far and away the most common question asked of me is, “What kind of lens should I get?” I always respond to this question with the same answer: a shrug and “What do you want to take pictures of?” While this may seem like a vague and unhelpful response, it also effectively communicates just how many lens options a photographer has these days. But don’t worry, I’m not mean and I don’t leave it at that. For this article, I’ve summarized what...

Secrets to Great Indoor Photography

Secrets to Great Indoor Photography Sure, professional photographers know their way around a photo shoot – and a darkroom, for that matter. They know about natural framing, depth of field and aperture, as well as the endless possibilities you can achieve with specific lenses. That’s why you hire them, and why they’re worth their weight – especially for weddings, model shoots and commercial marketing. On the other hand, photos are the way the average person records everyday memories, and how they share their lives with friends, coworkers and family. In many ways, the pictures we snap are meant to catalogue the most important things that happen in our lives...

Best Practices to Consider When Taking Business Directory Listing Photographs

Are you hoping to start advertising your business or selling your products online? Don’t have enough money to hire a professional photographer? If so, don’t panic. Our photography equipment reviews and our list of best practices may just help you get through the process without hiring outside help. First, take a look at our photography equipment reviews and use them to help you snag a high quality, reasonably, digital camera whose features you are well familiar with. Once you get the reasonably price camera of choice in your hands, take a series of practice shots. After all, even though you may be familiar with the features in general, each camera has...

Five Things to Know About How to Take Landscape Pictures

Many people may think that landscape photography is easy – just point and shoot. However, a lot depends on how your photos will turn out and it’s important to know the basics on how to take landscape pictures. Here are five important things to know. Depth of Field. The longer your exposure, the more you’ll get in detail and depth of field. Try setting your F-stop to around 22 or so which doesn’t allow as much light in. A slower ISO is also ideal but keep in mind that this will all depend on what light you are shooting in as well. Around a 100 ISO is a good starting point...

Five Things About Lifestyle Photography Every Shutterbug Should Know

Lifestyle photography is all about capturing the little moments in life, the ones that make you smile when you remember the day. It’s not pretentious and planned, it is more spur of the moment and it doesn’t require a special wardrobe, makeup and props. Here are five ways lifestyle photography is better than studio photography. It’s More Fun – It can be downright difficult to get a family together for a family portrait session. They have to pick out appropriate outfits, make sure everyone is ready at the same time and keep the little ones happy. If you push too hard, it can take all the fun out and the...

8 Tips for Photographing Groups

Photographing groups can be extremely difficult. Usually, the need for large groups occurs at important events such as weddings, awards ceremonies, and work functions, making the job of the photographer incredibly important and oftentimes stressful. Whether there are three subjects or thirty, group photography requires us to break away from what might be our normal rules of operation and think outside the box — sometimes at the spur of the moment. Though far from exhaustive, this article offers eight tips to help you keep control of your group subjects so that you can focus on taking some great shots. Be confident. Further down this list is a piece of...

4 Tips on How to Take Better Baby Photos

Babies are bouncing bundles of joy that naturally make any proud parent want to snap off a picture or two…dozen.  As you are building up that album of memories though, you probably would like to take better quality photos for said album.  We would like to offer four helpful tips on how to take pictures of your baby that will give them a more polished look and help you preserve memories for a lifetime. Consider the Time of Day When Doing Outdoor Photos Most cameras have a built-in flash, so you may think daylight, or absence of it, will not cause problems for outdoor shots.  However, auto-glare correction and white balance features your...

10 Tips for the Amateur Portrait Photographer

Portraits might just be the most common form of photography. Whether you’re a professional photographer shooting weddings and family portraits, a traveler attempting to capture the essence of a country and its people, or a parent with a camera phone and a couple of kids, if you’re known to pick up a camera, you’re bound to be taking portraits. Luckily, there are no fast or hard rules when it comes to portrait photography — anyone can make a good subject, and anything that reveals that subject’s personality can make a good portrait. Still, there are some good things to keep in mind for the next time you pick up...