CameraSim Review: Learn how to use your DSLR with a free online camera simulator

Polaroid Photo of Woman with DSLR Camera - Learn how to master your camera's exposure controls Learning how to master a camera’s exposure controls can be tricky, but CameraSim helps make the process a little easier and is fun to use! Continue reading

10 Awesome Pictures of Cats to Help You Master Cat Photography

Awesome Pictures of Cats - Kitten Sleeping on His Back

Who doesn’t love to look at photos of cats? In order to capture great images of these furry feline friends, you do need a little skill and knowledge. Here’s a gallery of some incredible cat photos: you’ll see ten pictures of cats, along with ten photography tips to help you learn how to capture the best photos possible. Continue reading

A Feisty, Frugal & Fabulous Valentine’s Day Gift

Feisty Frugal Fabulous Valentines Day Photo Art

Tired of giving the cliché box of chocolates, bouquet of flowers, or necktie as a Valentine’s Day gift? Tenille Lafontaine, author of Feisty, Frugal & Fabulous, was. We teamed up with Tenille to create a unique gift that would show her husband just how important their family is to her. Continue reading

Photo Gallery: Leading Lines in Photography

There are various ways to integrate lines into a photograph to help strengthen the overall composition and draw attention to a specific focal point. This photo gallery will illustrate several forms of leading lines and explain different ways to use them within a photo.

Click on any image to enlarge and to learn more about the technique used to compose the photo.

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Understanding Depth of Field: Photography Basics

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Understanding depth of field can really help improve your photography!

Stripped down to the simplest of terms, depth of field in photography is the area of a photograph that is in focus. A photograph can have a large depth of field where everything in the image is in focus or a shallow depth of field, where a specific subject is in focus and the background or foreground is blurred (most commonly the background). Continue reading