5 Guides To Great Light For Your Photography

As OP's Tip Of The Week writer Russ Burden often states, when it comes to photography, “It’s all about the light.” Use the following guides to get enlightened on some photography lighting techniques.

1. Low-Light Photography


Low-light photography is a challenge. Incorporate the following tips into your workflow to become a better low-light photographer. Read more …

2. Scintillating Sunset/Sunrise Skies


While a colorful sunrise or sunset itself can often stand on its own, the following methods can help bring your images to new heights. Read more …

3. Light Paint


Once dusk turns to near black, there’s still another world of photography that awaits—the world of painting with light. Read more …

4. Low-Light Landscapes


Shoot at dawn and dusk to capture low-light landscape images with alpenglow, cloudy skies, silhouettes, and more. Read more …

5. Using Window Light


If you occasionally want to create the same soft look studio photographers obtain but not shell out big bucks or invest the time learning how to use the gear, learn to master window light. Read more …


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2 Comments

    What a great photography I think you have more than 10 years experience as a photographer. because I was also starting photography but for my tough schedule of learning I can’t be able to do both learning and photography. Now I have cleared my five semesters this is the last one after that I will start to learn photography. Last semester is very tough and to complete their projects need professional UK HND assignments writers because a professional can do my projects in the best way.

    Alvin – glad to read you’re now able to devote more time to your photography. It’s the best art form and I applaud you for your persistence – Never lose it!

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