Spring is Coming! Get Ready for Some Warm Weather Photography
Rating: Not yet ratedLooking for some warm weather inspiration? We've got some spring photo tips to warm you up and get you ready for spring photography.
Nikon Coolpix AW130 and Coolpix S33 Adventureproof Cameras
Rating: 10 / 10If you are looking for a waterproof, shockproof, and freezeproof point-and-shoot camera, check out the Nikon Coolpix AW130 and Coolpix S33.
Canon's Highest Resolution DSLRs
Rating: 10 / 10Canon DSLRs Feature Newly Designed 50.6 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor and Dual Digic 6 Image Processors.
Capturing Falling Snow
Rating: 9 / 10See how a slower shutter speed can speed up your chances of capturing a better snow day photo.
Capturing the Essence of the Ice Castles in New Hampshire
Rating: 10 / 10The New Hampshire Ice Castes provided some amazing scenery for this trip to the Northeast. Discover the wonder and beauty of them through the lens.
Travel Photo Tips: Discovering New York City
Rating: 10 / 10Discover tips for photographing the essence of the places you travel.
Finding Your Perspective in Photography
Rating: Not yet ratedLook up and look down to change your perspective in your photography. You'll be pleasantly surprised at what you discover.
Seeing Your Photos in Black and White
Rating: Not yet ratedSometimes you see an image and it just screams to be in black and white. See how we made this black and white photo and were able to keep the detail in the sky along with highlight and shadow details.
Capturing San Francisco Fog
Rating: Not yet ratedCapturing fog successfully can result in a hero photo. See how we captured the fog in San Francisco in this picture.
The Fog Lifts Over New York City
Rating: 10 / 10Fog can deliver great results in your photos, even when it's lifting away from a city scene.
3 Simple Steps to Better Photos: Learn to Share, Print, and Store Your Photos
Rating: 10 / 10The last step is to think through how you’ll share and enjoy your photos. Don’t just file and forget, do more with your photos! Share, print and store!
3 Simple Steps to Better Photos: What Your Camera Features Mean
Rating: 10 / 10Here is Step 2 in this easy to understand tutorial that will help you make the best photos by helping you understand how to use your camera's features and accessories at the right time.
3 Simple Steps to Better Photos: Camera Features You Need to Consider
Rating: 10 / 10The best photos come from using the right camera features and accessories at the right time. With this short tutorial, you’ll be on your way to taking better photos! Get started with Step 1.
How to Use Panning in Your Photography
Rating: 10 / 10See how to make the technique of panning add interest and motion to your photographs.
Using the Magic of Light in Your Photography
Rating: 10 / 10See how pro photographer Josh Anon uses light to his advantage in his photography.
Shooting in the Snow: Keeping You and Your Gear Warm
Rating: 8 / 10See how to get out and shoot in the snow while keeping you and your camera gear warm.
Fun Pet Photos: Photographing Dogs
Rating: 8 / 10Here are some tips to photographing dogs to get fun pet photos.
Finding New Angles in Your Photography
Rating: 8 / 10Look for different angles in your photography to open yourself up to new photo opportunities.
Getting Colorful Compositions in Your Photography
Rating: 9 / 10See how a few colored pencils and a desk lamp can turn into a cool, colorful composition.
Winter Photography Inspiration
Rating: 8 / 10Get inspired to shoot this winter while learning how this beautiful image was made.
Photo Tips for Action, Travel, and Portrait Pictures
Rating: 8 / 10Use these quick photo tips to make better photos in many shooting situations.
Importance of Depth of Field with Macro Subjects
Rating: 9 / 10When it comes to macro photography, depth of field is critical in that subject magnification is extreme. Use the following tips to help you better understand how to produce a good look in your macro subjects.
Cold Weather Photo Tips
Rating: 9 / 10We've got your cold weather photo tips to help you stay warm and get great pictures of snow, ice, animals, and capture the essence of winter.
Cold Weather Photo Tips, Tricks, and Techniques
Rating: 9 / 10Use the following cold weather tips to make your winter photography outings comfortable and productive.
Winter Photo Tips
Rating: 9 / 10Here are some winter photo tips to motivate you to get out in the field with your gear, test it out, and in the interim, hopefully come back with some great shots!
Ice-Scapes: How to Photograph Winter Ice
Rating: 9 / 10Lots of great images can be made during the winter months but we wanted to focus on the topic of ice for this article...
Winter Photography Tips: How to keep your camera gear (and you) running smoothly when the weather outside is frightful
Rating: 9 / 10Here are some winter photo tips to help you make the best photos in and out of the snow...
Snow Photo Tips: Make the Most of Your Snow Photography
Rating: 9 / 10Whether you find the snow in your own backyard, or need to vacation to a distant place to see the white blanket cover the landscape, keep these snow photography tips in mind...
Travel Photography Tips: Stick with the Plan
Rating: 9 / 10In these Travel Photography Tips we talk about how to be in the right place at the right time to make the best photos...
Animals In the Snow
Rating: 9 / 10When there’s snow on the ground, opportunities to get dramatic wildlife images abound. The sun is lower in the sky so good light lingers for a longer period of time and sunrise and sunset times are convenient...
Warm It Up, Cool It Down
by Russ Burden
Rating: 9 / 10
Russ Burden shows us how to change the mood of our images by changing their color temperature.