I’ll use an entry-level DSLR and standard kit lens (18-55mm) as an example.Continue reading “Long Exposure Tutorial”
Peter Mckinnon – A well-known figure on YouTube. He’s an incredible photographer especially when it comes to understanding the basic principles of photography.
Here I’m going to share a few of those principles with you. Continue reading “5 Tips to instantly up your photo game – Peter Mckinnon”
Understanding and having more control over your phone’s camera can be very beneficial as it will help you to take better photos.
Here are a few tips that might help you understand manual/pro mode on your phone. Continue reading “Phone Photography | Manual Mode”
To put it simply – Good dynamic range is when you can capture the details of the bright sky and dark landscape all in one image. Continue reading “Dynamic range”
Have you ever looked at something you wanted to take a picture of, and when you did, you were disappointed in the result? I might have a solution. Continue reading “Eye for detail | Photography Tips”
Here I’m going to give a basic rundown of my creative process when taking pictures.
I used a phone(Huawei P20 lite) in order for us to be on the same level. Continue reading “Phone Photography | Creative Process”
They are beautiful, fascinating, hard at work, we need them more than we know. It’s always wonderful to watch them do their thing. Zooming from one flower to the other. It feels like quite the accomplishment when you finally catch them in the action, as it can sometimes be quite difficult.
For this editing tutorial, I’ll use VSCO because it’s free and everyone has access to it.
Our settings might be different when editing but we’ll have the same process.
I used my old Huawei P20 lite to take this picture. Continue reading “Phone Photography | Editing Tips”
Aperture. Also known as F-Stop or F-number. No?
That thing that says, for example, f/3.5 on your camera. Still lost?
The thing that gives that beautiful blur/shallow focus behind your object/subject when taking pictures. Continue reading “Aperture (35mm f/1.8)”