This set of tips will probably be most useful for landscape photographers. I consider myself to be rather a travel photographer, shooting more than only landscapes but still – I always try to follow this list automatically on any photography location. If you learn to do these important steps on location, I guarantee you to be in long-term more confident, faster and to develop eye for assessing the place from photography perspective.Continue Reading
Posts related to the technical side of things and photography gear.
I thought it might be useful and interesting for some of you to see what kind of gear I use in my photography. Because, come on, we all love the smell of gear and enjoy working with it, looking at it, snuffing it and patting it gently on its back, when it’s sad. Enough said, here’s a list of what I carry around. Also, feel free to comment, I love gear talks! 🙂Continue Reading
I know what you’re thinking – travel photography is not all about the gear. There are other ways of improving it without another piece of shiny new photography gear. Which by the way always smiles at you when you’re unpacking it and smells so deliciously of a sophisticated and terribly complicated manufacturing process…Continue Reading
They say for a good reason that photography is a joint of art and science. This article will give you a brief introduction into the geeky part of photography and help you step up your skills a fair bit. Maybe even stop using the Automatic mode on your camera. Shutter speed? Aperture? ISO? All that, right here.Continue Reading
Living in a big city certainly brings many perks. However, when you enjoy landscape photography, it is quite challenging.Continue Reading
L-Brackets or L-Plates are one of the greatest investments you can do about your photography and still only very few photographers use them. This article is about understanding the awesomness of the L-Plates.Continue Reading