How to take photos of “Something you fear”

From the author of the photo above: “We all have fears. Darkness, death, automatic flushing. These fears make up who we are. We should embrace them. Face them head on. Don’t let them define you.“ This quote is so true, and as I thought about what fears we all have…. taking photos of your fearsContinue reading “How to take photos of “Something you fear””

HOW TO “REALLY” TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAMERA AND LENSES:

Oh, I hope you don’t think this going to be one of those boring subjects, but, I have learned from professionals and instructors alike that this is one of the main courses in becoming a good photographer. And that is the proper care of your camera and lenses. Let’s get started first with the camera:Continue reading “HOW TO “REALLY” TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAMERA AND LENSES:”

GETTING STARTED WITH STREET PHOTOGRAPHY:

Street photography is a genre that is gaining in popularity, but, there are certainly certain rules that you need to be aware of. Plus, understanding what type of equipment you will need is big key to street photography: Here is an amazing video of what is needed in becoming a great street photographer. Please watchContinue reading “GETTING STARTED WITH STREET PHOTOGRAPHY:”

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU POST YOUR PHOTOS ON SOCIAL MEDIA:

Social Media is big now for photographers. Just why do you post your photos on social media, and the question is: Why do you post your photos of social media? Do you do it so that other photographers can learn from you? Or do you do it to get your name and photos out toContinue reading “WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU POST YOUR PHOTOS ON SOCIAL MEDIA:”

Learning about negative space or minimalism in your photos:

There seems to be a new trend in photography often called minimalism, or negative space. It happens when there is a lot of background and very little subject. It reminds me of putting a photo in a frame that has a huge matte around the photo. It is very appealing and I think a lotContinue reading “Learning about negative space or minimalism in your photos:”