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Cityscape Photography Tips

Cityscape photography, often viewed as the urban cousin of landscape photography, captures the man-made wonder of our urban environments. Whether you’re aiming to capture the grandeur of towering skyscrapers, the dance of city lights, or the daily buzz of urban life, the right techniques and tools can make a world of difference. Understanding Cityscape Photography […]

Waterfall Photography Debate: Fast vs. Slow Shutter Speeds

Waterfall photography is a genre that captivates many with its ethereal beauty and dynamic compositions. One of the age-old debates within this realm is whether to use fast or slow shutter speeds when capturing waterfalls. Both approaches have their merits and can produce breathtaking results. Here, we’ll dive deep into the argument, exploring the advantages […]

Mastering the Art of Scale in Landscape Photography

One of the primary challenges in landscape photography is capturing the vastness and grandeur of a scene in a way that translates well to a two-dimensional image. This is where the concept of ‘scale’ comes into play. Including an element of scale can provide context and a sense of proportion, making your landscapes more compelling […]

Tips for Using ISO Settings in Photography

When you as a photographer—amateur or professional, analog or digital–practice your craft or hobby, you will at one time or another become acquainted with the three letters ISO. If the camera does not get enough light onto the sensor or film, the images will be too dark. To correct this you can set a higher […]

Why a Standard Lens is Perfect for Street and Travel Photography

Standard lenses (also called normal lenses) have a kind of mystique amongst photographers. Perhaps it’s because Henri Cartier-Bresson was famous for using one, maybe it has something to do with nostalgia for the times when most cameras came with a 50mm kit lens rather than the zooms that are common today. Regardless, if you are […]