Fun Stuff for Photographers

Are You a Rude Photographer?

By: NYIP Mentors on July 6 2017.

From concerts and baseball games to barbeques and beach days, we bet you’ll be spending plenty of time at snapshot worthy events this summer. But when you bring your camera…
Fall Photo Tips

By: NYIP Staff on September 17 2015.

Here are some fall photo tips that will help you better capture the essence of the season. Even if you're in another latitude and your climate is considerably…
Seven Tips for Runway Photographers

By: Ted Fisher on September 15 2015.

Here are some tips on photographing fashion shows from NYI Student Advisors Ted Fisher and Rachel Neville. 1. Study the Field In discussing…
Behind the Photo with Monika-C.Mansell

By: Leonardo Urena on April 17 2015.

Behind the Photo allows New York Institute of Photography students to answer a few questions about their photograph featured on our Student Photo Gallery.
Behind the Photo with Victoria Yianni

By: Leonardo Urena on April 13 2015.

Behind the Photo allows New York Institute of Photography students to answer a few questions about their photograph featured on our Student Photo Gallery.
Behind the Photo with Alan Peploe

By: Leonardo Urena on April 6 2015.

Behind the Photo allows New York Institute of Photography students to answer a few questions about their photograph featured on our Student Photo Gallery.
Behind the Photo with Indra Soria Munoz

By: Leonardo Urena on March 30 2015.

Behind the Photo allows New York Institute of Photography students to answer a few questions about their photograph featured on our Student Photo Gallery.
A Lesson in Using Camera Settings Creatively

By: Chris Corradino on July 18 2014.

Is there an alternative for creative photographers? Take a look at nearly…
A Lesson in Going Against The Grain

By: Chris Corradino on June 24 2014.

“There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.” – Ansel Adams
A Lesson From Ansel Adams

By: Chris Corradino on June 17 2014.

“The single most important component of a camera is the 12 inches behind it.” – Ansel Adams Most of us think of Ansel Adams primarily as…