Photography

The Art of Split Toning: Brings Magical Effects to Your Photographs Dec 19th 2017

The Art of Split Toning: Brings Magical Effects to Your Photographs

Color is physiological — it’s easier to relax in a room painted yellow than it is in one that’s painted red. Each color on the color wheel is associated with specific emotions. And while photogr

EyeEm 2017 Photography Festival and Awards Nov 21st 2017

EyeEm 2017 Photography Festival and Awards

With over 590,000 submissions, the 2017 EyeEm Photography festival is one of the largest photography contests designed for emerging photographers, bringing young, aspiring photographers from across th

Drone Photography Tips for Professional Photographers to Go Airborne Oct 24th 2017

Drone Photography Tips for Professional Photographers to Go Airborne

Aerial photography, just a few years ago, meant too expensive for most photographers and videographers. But, turn that manned helicopter or airplane into a small, unmanned drone, and aerial photograph

12 Unique Wedding Photography Tips for Wedding Customs Around the World Sep 26th 2017

12 Unique Wedding Photography Tips for Wedding Customs Around the World

Love may be universal, but weddings are anything but. From the color of the bride’s attire to the pre-wedding festivities, wedding traditions vary based on culture, religion

A Photographer’s Approach Toward Covering Sensitive Subjects Aug 29th 2017

A Photographer’s Approach Toward Covering Sensitive Subjects

Photography is an art in its rawest form, and it can influence people worldwide. There are two sides to photography: capturing the beauty of life and capturing some of the biggest issues that our soci

How to Deal with the Copyright Infringement Issues in the Instagram World May 30th 2017

How to Deal with the Copyright Infringement Issues in the Instagram World

Instagram is responsible for over 80 million photos uploaded to the web every day — but as t

How to Embrace Negative Space in Your Photography Apr 04th 2017

How to Embrace Negative Space in Your Photography

Most photographers compose their images based on what’s in them — but the composition is often just as much about what’s not there. Negative space, or empty space, has long been used in

6 Design Trends and Ideas to Inspire Your Photography Mar 07th 2017

6 Design Trends and Ideas to Inspire Your Photography

Sure, graphic designers and photographers may both use Photoshop, but they are very different mediums. Still, that doesn’t mean they don’t cross over from time to time, borrowing ideas from each o

5 Big Photography Trends to Watch in 2017 Feb 07th 2017

5 Big Photography Trends to Watch in 2017

As the gear we use to take photographs changes, so does what’s in front of the camera. While some types of images are timeless, photography is often dominated by trends, from colors to subjects. Tak

7 Things to Consider Before Adding a Drone to Your Photography Business Dec 06th 2016

7 Things to Consider Before Adding a Drone to Your Photography Business

Aerial photography no longer means owning an aircraft — thanks to drones, photographers can grab aerial shots with two feet planted firm