Keywording is an easy task to do each time you edit or add image files and if we integrate the task into our everyday workflow, finding any file you want becomes a piece of cake.
For composite and cinematic portraits, using a tripod allows you to create special effects and do other types of experimentation.
This article will help you understand the value of registering your work and give you the confidence to complete the process yourself.
Learn the basics of audio for video, including what sound is and how it's recorded digitally, the variety of microphones available, line level vs. mic level, and in-camera vs. external "second-system"...
There are times when a tripod can be a real asset to a portrait photographer. But it has to be a GOOD tripod and you need to know how, and when, to use it!
Looking for the perfect gift for the photographer in your life? Here are ten affordable gift ideas that will actually be used AND loved!
Here are some useful tips for photographing outdoors when cold weather impacts your batteries and other gear, as well as your own personal comfort.
There are lessons to be learned from many years in the biz. Instructor Jeff McLain can help you avoid some of the mistakes that are easy to make when you're just starting out.
Choosing the right lens for a given situation can be challenging. The decision relies on a number of factors including angle of view, desired depth-of-field, and ambient light in the scene.
In this article we continue learning about astrophotography and focus on how to get started imaging deep sky objects like galaxies and nebulae.
Discover why black and white photography has endured for centuries and how you can add it to your own visual repertoire, using Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop Camera Raw.
Instructor Mary Brunst Pedersen took a unique approach to the loss of work during quarantine by participating in #TheFrontStepsProject. Learn about her experience and her tips for adaptability!
Finding inspiration to make art might mean finding a safe space for yourself where you can be vulnerable, have a good cry, sit in the unknown and breathe. Here are 12 tips from Tea Bear, an extra crea...
After you reach technical proficiency, you might have to "think outside the box" to remain inspired.
Find inspiration in the ashes of photography making wet plate collodion tintypes.
Whether you want to work alone, or as part of a team, there are many career options available for professional photographers.
Discover the wonders that lie on the outskirts of Glacier National Park.
Internationally-published adventure sports photographer Michael Clark shares a few important tips for how to separate your photography work from everything else out there.
Rather than thinking of your tripod as just a heavy and clunky piece of gear, consider it a creative tool for shooting better landscapes.
Learn how to avoid the pitfalls that typically trip up an amateur photographer.