Photography Week


ne of the most important things novices learn about photography is that an effect or style is not reason enough for an image to exist. Any exposure, colour, lighting or composition choice should enhance the impact of a carefully selected and positioned subject, rather than becoming the main focus of the image in its own right. If the photographer approaches a shot

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Photography Week1 min lettiScience & Mathematics
03 Use Lens Flare Creatively
We normally try to avoid lens flare caused by shooting into the sun or other light sources; however, by using it intentionally and creatively you can add mood and atmosphere to your shots. First you need a light source that you can include in your sh
Photography Week2 min lettiScience & Mathematics
10 Use Perspective To Fool The Viewer
From surreal images that just don’t seem to make sense, to fooling the viewer into thinking that a scene made from differently sized subjects is real, using perspective is a great way to create mind-boggling images. Many of these techniques have been
Photography Week1 min lettiScience & Mathematics
09 Shoot A Starlight Landscape
Shooting at night has been a technique that many photographers have used to give their landscapes and cityscapes an otherworldly appearance, but it has usually involved very long exposures, leading to star trails or light trails. The improved high IS