Over the past 5 years, time lapses have become a popular storytelling tool. So much so, that the function is built into most modern cell phones. With the touch of a button, you can press record and your phone...
Love it or hate it, Instagram is a huge boon for professional and hobbyist photographers alike. Many use Instagram as a portfolio, marketing tool, and more. Instagram accounts with large followings can garner industry recognition, and even influencer campaigns from major...
If you haven’t gone on vacation yet this summer, then there’s still time! Cruises, beaches, far off places – they’re yours for the taking, and photographing. Even just a quick jaunt to your local watering hole can yield great...
Moisture and grit such as sand are two of the biggest threats to digital cameras. They get inside DSLR lenses and camera bodies, scratch lenses, kill electronics, and wear down moving parts. This ruins not just your gear but...
Architecture photography (or ‘architectural photography,’ depending on who you ask) helps tell the story of a structure. To get a better idea of how to tell the story best, check out our five tips below! Do Your Research It’s always a...
Happy Earth Day, everyone! In honor of this big blue marble we call home, we put together a guide of the top 6 drone photography tips required to take perfect aerial photos. Aerial photography is intimidating to even the...
Far from being dreary, rain can turn boring, familiar streets and generic scenes into something magical. And contrary to popular belief, you don't need to drag lens hoods, tripods and microfiber cloths all over creation to get a great shot....
Thought you could get by without a tripod? Ha! Not so fast, shaky hands. A camera tripod is crucial in lots of genres of photography, and generally agreed upon as a standard piece of equipment. There are a few...
Beginner photographers, learn your shutter speeds! How a Shutter Works Light enters the camera through the aperture and hits the mirror. When you click to take a picture, the mirror flips up to reveal the shutter. Then, the shutter opens up...