Everybody loves shooting landscapes—especially beautiful natural landscapes. But these aren’t the only landscapes. You can also point your lens at cityscapes instead. Even a picture with smokestacks and factories in the background can be enchanting. Just like this one on Zonerama.
When the year we’re in ends with an even number, such as this one, it can only mean one thing if you’re a photo buff….it’s a photokina year! And this being 2016, the bi-annual imaging extravaganza in Cologne, Germany is fast approaching as it is set for September 20-25 at the newly renovated Koelnmesse exhibition hall.
Just about all of us shoot when we’re on the road. But the pictures that experienced photographers post on the Internet look a little different. Their exceptional shot locations definitely help, but their final looks actually owe a lot overall to computer edits. And meanwhile, these are rarely complicated tricks. In this article, you’ll find several common workflows that you too can use on your photos.
Work with natural light has simpler equipment demands than work with artificial light, but on the other hand, you don’t have the light fully under your control. But you can still direct and enhance the light, using reflectors and diffusion panels.
The accessories available today that help you take outdoor shooting to new heights are just too cool to ignore.
We all need portrait photos at least once in a while—for example for an ID card or passport. The basic “head shot” is pretty bland, but on social networks and in resumes you can find some that are more creative—and we’ve found one on Zonerama that’s a real attention-getter.
Hair just doesn’t get the attention it deserves in photography. And meanwhile, great-looking hair takes a photo to the next level. So sit down, read on, and learn to give hair a healthy shine with (and without) a photo editor.
Photography doesn’t have to be just trigger-pressing. It has its rules and its theory. Come join us for a look at photography’s basic means of expression, and learn the difference between a photograph (a photographic image) and a mere camera-powered recording of reality. You should give each photo a distinct subject, and to express that subject creatively, you need thorough work with light, composition, and perspective.
What GoPro has done to the consumer video space over the last few years is truly astonishing. To be honest, it has changed the game for what people think is possible with a camera and has sparked millions into capturing life events they never would have considered prior to GoPro’s launch over a decade ago.
Many photographers try their hand at untraditional compositions. Some even succeed. Today we’ll be exploring a photo whose composition is complex, and also carefully considered.