Photography Tips & Tutorials

Best Point-and-Shoot Camera Under $300

December 12, 2018

Point-and-Shoot cameras offer an excellent introduction to photography and also provide an option for smartphone shooters who are starting to look for more from their images. These cameras come in [read more]

Best Camera for YouTube

December 12, 2018

Creating videos is more popular than ever. Fortunately, cameras that can be used for YouTube are widespread and not hard to come by. Today’s camera market is saturated with excellent [read more]

Best Professional Cameras in 2018

December 11, 2018

What constitutes a professional level camera, anyway? It should be capable of the highest level image quality, for starters. Noise control, depth of field, and video/image resolution should be as [read more]

Best Photo Printer

December 10, 2018

The best photo printers for use at home are now sophisticated enough to compete with the output of professional photo labs. There’s also increasing interest in old-school technologies from a [read more]

Best Vlogging Camera of 2018

December 10, 2018

Vlogging is increasingly popular nowadays as a flashier alternative to the standard written blog. Anyone with anything to say can promote their products, share their thoughts, or more via video [read more]

Best Lenses for Sony a6000 of 2018

November 28, 2018

The was one of the most popular mirrorless cameras ever released. It’s versatile in usage, gives excellent quality images, and is extremely affordably priced. Even though there are other models [read more]

Don’t Light All Of It

October 5, 2018

“If you want something to look interesting, don’t light all of it.” -John Loengard John Loengard is an American photographer, critic, historian and scholar. He was LIFE’s picture editor for [read more]

Giving Thanks In Photography

November 22, 2017

Here’s the good news. We don’t have to buy anything or go anywhere to express our thanks. Gratitude only requires awareness. What are you grateful for as a photographer? With [read more]

Reframing Creativity

November 17, 2017

  Apogee Photo Coach Jim Austin digs into hope, movement, attention, nuance and more. Photographers in any field can engage these 5 valuable ways to make creative photographs HOPE: staying positive, [read more]

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