In this light painting tutorial Moe Zainal  is going to show you how to light paint products like jewellery & watches.

After spending long hours on a photo edit, sharpening is the best way to enhance all of the details you worked so hard to preserve It’s also a great tool to help guide the viewer’s eye to the subject of the image.

Joel Meyerowitz, the world renowned street and landscape photographer, has released an online course with Masters of Photography. Masters of Photography brings together legendary photographers in one place to share their knowledge, expertise and experience. The courses are non-technical and have been produced to be accessible to everyone. From amateurs to professionals and camera phones to DSLRs, the aim is to inspire everyone to go out and improve their photography.

Huawei P20 Pro Review: The Triple Camera Smartphone!

Huawei P20 Pro. The eye catching flagship you may have never heard of. Is it worth it?

Your camera is better than Ansel's

Every famous photograph was made with a camera less advanced than the one you are using now. This is a quote Ted Forbes read a few months ago that's stuck with him for quite some time. Ansel Adams didn't have gear as advanced as what we have now. Neither did Henri Cartier-Bresson or W Eugene Smith or Saul Leiter. Photographers tend to put equipment on a pedestal. We blame our shortcomings as photographers on the gear that we have. Sony, Nikon and Canon all market to us in that way - you need the latest and the greatest because your photography depends on it!

The Tak Fak factory closed leaving thousands of bags of unfinished clothing behind it's doors. For almost a decade, the clothing just sat there. That is, until October 2017 when we walked in for the first time.

The Origins of the Dutch Angle

The Dutch Angle has a very revealing history, showing us the birth of subjective and experimental cinema. Let's take a look at some of the most important Dutch Angle's of all time and see how they frame the great Dutch Angles of today.

Capturing a feeling on the film, relaying an emotion with a camera. This is what great movies do, and this is what I aspire to do with my images. This is probably also why I’m so keen on making movie themed images, which I consider to be a form of art trying to express the mood of the film with one single picture. Now, imagine me watching a powerful and strikingly visual tv-production… I cannot help it, I need to try out if I can express the same emotions through my work.

How to Get the Bright Santorini Sunlight In The Studio

Here is a quick rundown of how photographer Jeff Carpenter artificially created the bright Santorini sunlight with a single strobe in the studio. Check it out to see how he did it!

Armando Ferreira´s friend, Rubidium (Crimson Engine) visits his studio to do a cinematic lighting makeover and giving him some techniques on how to give achieve a more contrast and punchy look.