Diagonal compositions are where you get a diagonal relationship going on between elements of the image.
How to photograph texture. In this easy video we will discuss the best lighting to use when you are photographing texture and how to use texture to tell a story about a subject.
THE RULE OF ODDS – PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION In the world of photography, there are many different techniques and systems meant to aid the photographer in capturing effective imagery. Depending on your photographic experience you may have heard of the Rule of Thirds, or the Golden Mean, which are both intended to assist the photographer in [...]
Learn how to better fill the frame when photographing your subject in this “smart tips” video from Nikon.
know negative space sounds…well negative, but it’s actually rad. It adds breathing room and give’s the eye a place to rest.
A style or technique that is characterized by extreme spareness and simplicity.
An alternative to the rule of thirds. It is more difficult to pull off.
Night Photography: Recommended Equipment Here is a list of recommended equipment you should have when doing night photography. Camera: Any DSLR will do. That said, a camera that can handle ISO up to 6400 without grain is recommended. The Nikon D810 is designed for night photography, but I have done well with my D610 and [...]
How To Photograph Meteor Showers By Chris Attrell This article explains how to photograph meteor showers. Each of the recommended settings below is a starting point from which you experiment with based on the moon phase, quality of equipment and light pollution. Basic Camera Settings (with a kit lens) ISO: 1,600 Exposure Time: 30 Seconds Aperture f/3.5 [...]
What is the 500 Rule? To avoid star trails in your night photography, you need to learn and apply the 500 rule. In the photographs below you can see a close-up example of what this means. The photo on the left has a bit of star trailing, while the photograph on the right does not. [...]