An Intro to HDR
An Intro to HDR
By Michelle Ecker on September 6th, 2018

There is a common misconception among the photography community that HDR photography is in poor taste. Many people wrongly associate HDR with oversaturated and unrealistic, sloppy-looking images. However, there are…

3 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Photography
3 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Photography
By Michelle Ecker on August 31st, 2018

Do your photos often come out blurry and you aren’t quite sure why? This is probably one of the most common complaints we receive from amateur photographers looking to improve…

How to Work Around Low Lighting
How to Work Around Low Lighting
By Michelle Ecker on July 31st, 2018

There are many benefits of working in low-lit conditions. For one, low lit images are extremely indicative of the mood. Let’s say you’re working on your food photography and you’d…

How to Take Better Panoramas
How to Take Better Panoramas
By Michelle Ecker on June 19th, 2018

One of the best techniques to try when it comes to capturing sweeping landscape photography shots is the panoramic perspective. Panoramic photography offers you the great ability to capture a…

4 Things Photographers Should Know About Light
4 Things Photographers Should Know About Light
By Michelle Ecker on March 14th, 2018

When it comes to creating a perfect outdoor composition, developing a better understanding of light is one of the best things a photographer can do to prepare. When you understand…

Photographing Water Diamonds
Photographing Water Diamonds
By Hema Narayanan on March 8th, 2018

Photo by Hema Narayanan‘Water Diamond’ is a phrase that stuck with me ever since I read about the paradox of value- and this was long before I became a photographer.…

3 Tips for Long Exposure Photography
3 Tips for Long Exposure Photography
By Michelle Ecker on February 16th, 2018

If you’re a landscape photography enthusiast, mastering the art of a well-executed long exposure shot is definitely something we recommend adding to your skillset. There’s something very characteristically serene and…

How to Photograph Stars
How to Photograph Stars
By Michelle Ecker on February 15th, 2018

If you’re an outdoor photographer, it’s no secret that the perfect nighttime image is an especially compelling pursuit, albeit a tricky one to execute. However, even if you are a…

What is Chromatic Aberration?
What is Chromatic Aberration?
By Michelle Ecker on February 13th, 2018

Have you ever taken a photo where say, for example, your entire background was made up of lush green grass- but for some reason, you notice that green grass streaked…

3 Tips for Perfect Panning
3 Tips for Perfect Panning
By Michelle Ecker on February 2nd, 2018

Have you ever seen those animated, dynamic photographs of a crystal-clear subject in motion- say a car zooming down a busy street- with a nicely blurred background behind said moving…