Night photography has special benefits. You can keep shooting throughout the winter or keep up with your hobby without having to give up daytime work or other chores. Night photography also has its own special challenges. If you’re feeling a little in the dark about where to start, here are the most essential gear tips and settings to start the evening off right.
Edward Nguyen was a wildlife photographer for around a decade before transitioning to portrait and fashion photography. Instead of starting over from scratch, Nguyen made his old gear adapt to his new subject and created a unique style in the process. Here he shares some of his insights on photographing children.
See how easily you can get memorable kid portraits with these 5 shooting techniques that are approachable enough for beginners while also being stimulating practice for seasoned photographers. These techniques can be applied to any photography style and they will help grow your skills no matter where you are starting from.
You’ve made a vow to shoot somebody’s wedding and your heart’s in the right place but your approach is on shaky ground. Here are some things to expect when photographing your first wedding, along with gear that is best suited for creating everlasting memories.
For seasoned photographers, lighting becomes an instinct as much as a skill. But beginners are often flailing – placing their lights in different spots and getting wildly different results, becoming frustrated in the process. The following is a list of lighting laws to help you navigate the sometimes unpredictable lighting world. Knowing these basic laws will calm you down when things aren’t going your way and will also produce more consistent results.
If you’re unhappy with the lens you have (or don’t have one at all) and you don’t know what you should use, find guidance in my straightforward suggestions below for new Canon and Nikon DSLR shooters. You must be equipped with this knowledge because not all lenses work as intended on all DSLRs, even within the same brand.
Shooting in cold weather isn’t without challenges. Here are some tips that will help armor you against the temptation to let your camera hibernate this winter.
A year in review reveals improvements in our work – whether we realized it along the way or not. Even the pros take stock of their accomplishments, what they learned, and how to do better next time. Below are 20 final products from working photographers and why they feel it is among their best work of 2015.
Take a break from dinner planning this holiday season to discover a few of our favorite pairings among some of the latest gear to hit the BorrowLenses shelves. Get consumed by these pre-made packages and save money versus renting each item (no coupon clipping required)!
Don’t let your photography skills hibernate this season. Fall is the unofficial “photographer’s favorite season” and spring gets all the love for being lucrative but winter has way more benefits than you might expect. Check out these 10 reasons why you should be getting geared up more than ever for winter.