CGI and 3D modeling are no longer alternatives to photography and as technology progresses it’s becoming harder and harder to distinguish between what’s a photograph and what’s computer generated.
Top tips for how to photograph jewellery. Whether it’s diamond rings or gemstone necklaces, jewellery photography is notoriously difficult, but there are a few useful techniques you can try that will make the process so much easier.
Watches, rings and necklaces all present a unique set of challenges when it comes to photographing them. Their smooth, shiny surfaces cause chaotic reflections, their size and the high magnification required means it’s incredibly difficult to achieve sufficient depth of field.
Everything you need to know about getting started in landscape photography. While wide angle are generally the favourite landscape lens, that doesn’t necessarily mean they are the best. It simply comes down to preference and what you are shooting.
In this article briefly outline some of the advantages and disadvantages of each type of lens and teach you what mistakes you need to avoid making.
Everything you need to know for stunning and effective fashion photography setups.
These membership chapters will give you the inside scoop to a variety of Fashion photography setups both inside and out of the studio. From how to style and pose your model, arrange your props and light the scene to create amazing and breathtaking images. Everything you need to know is covered.
All my latest product photography classes for you to enjoy. I’ve collated my product videos so you can fully learn how superb product shots are actually created. With fantastic techniques, tricks and secrets to mastering these images I also takes you through the post production process leaving you with the knowledge and insight to replicate them yourself.
Sometimes, regardless of what camera settings you use, it can be difficult to get the entirety of an image in focus.
This is when a technique called focus stacking, which helps create an image that is sharp all the way through, can be especially useful. I show you how to focus stack in Photoshop.
Macro photography is a close-up examination of small subjects — anything from insects in your back garden, to the colorful, chaotic inside of a pepper. It is the magnification of an object to at least it’s actual size relative to your recording medium. That simply means that whatever you’re photographing should be at a 1:1 ratio.
A recent post about light meters on my Facebook page created a lot of debate and many photographers defended their use, which of course is absolutely OK. I’m not saying you can’t use them, I’m only here to explain why for me they are a waste of money and can negatively affect creativity. Please read on if you have an open mind!