The Nikon Nikkor 50mm f1.2 manual focus is one of the very rare lenses available on the market with an aperture opening of f1.2 on a reasonable price, providing excellent image quality and is an absolute beast for any artistic photographers.Read More
Have you ever seen photographs with a crystal ball like the one above? You definitely had, and for sure using a crystal ball in photography is not a complicated matter. But neither simple for the best results.
Check out our in-depth tutorial on how to improve your crystal ball photography
It does not matter if you are either a beginner or expert photographer, as a person you may need sometimes, like myself, to check out some photography tips, either for new ideas or to remember forgotten things.
In this post, I am going to share you directly with no delays, 50 random photography tips that you may not know or remember.Read More
25 Creative Ideas to Photograph in 3000 words!
You may be living in a location where is not much to photograph or probably you cannot afford to travel too often on new places for new photographs, or simply your destination did not reached your expectation.
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It is well known that black and white photographs are timeless. Not only that, but a viewer is likely to spend more time looking to a black and white photograph or engaging with it, than a colour one.
The emotions driven by this type of photography is unique and does not die as time goes on.
There are many cases and situations where black and white photography can have a better impact on a viewer than a coloured one.Read More
Macro Photography is classified indeed to be one unique form of photography, involving the capture of small objects, animals or insects.
This genre of the art form, can be achieved easily with most of the cameras on the market, from smartphones to DSLR.Read More
Among the day to day photographers, either professional or amateurs, we’ve always been wondering, and as some of us already been taking a decision, which lenses should I focus on buying?
What are the advantages and disadvantages, the differences and which type is worth going for?