Archive for category: Techniques

The Beginner’s Guide to Surf Photography. Are you crazy enough?

The Beginner’s Guide to Surf Photography. Are you crazy enough?

There are fiberglass boards rocketing towards you a hundred miles an hour. There are waves rolling in so big that the skyline disappears. There are jellyfish, and sharks, and reef to shred your flesh to pieces. Welcome to the world of Surf Photography. Here’s what you need to know!

Surreal Animated Light Painting by Lichtfaktor

Surreal Animated Light Painting by Lichtfaktor

Lichtfaktor is a group of creatives in Germany that are always experimenting with photography, lights, and all forms of media. Over 5 gruelling nights they’ve created this incredible, animated light graffiti film.

Gigapixel Panoramas that let you tag your friends

Gigapixel Panoramas that let you tag your friends

At over 25,000 megapixels, this panorama is so detailed it lets you zoom in and tag your friends. Matt Richardson takes a look at the developing world of Gigapixel panoramas.

How to fake a wide-angle lens

How to fake a wide-angle lens

A few weeks ago I was called upon to fill in as a real estate photographer. It’s something I’d never done before and with basic equipment I was a bit hesitant. Nevertheless I gave it a shot, and with a bit of experimentation I found a way to ‘fake’ having a wide-angle lens.

Getting Started with Closeup and Macro Photography

Getting Started with Closeup and Macro Photography

Simon Gregor is a professional Macro photographer who doesn’t really believe his job is ‘work’ at all. In this article, Simon shares a getting started guide for Macro photography, as well as his best tips for capturing the most best results. He believes that close up photography can help you improve extensively as a photographer. Check out his article and see some of his stunning photographs as well!