Techniques

From wedding photography to macro photography, here is a look at various shooting techniques.

Travel Photography Tips: Capturing Great Vacation Photos

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Yes, the iconic Egyptian pyramids are photo worthy, as are Paris’ Eiffel Tower and the majestic Big Ben clock tower of London, but that doesn’t mean your vacation photos need to look just like those of every other tourist to visit these popular destinations. Save it for postcards. If you want unique and memorable photos of your holiday, follow these travel photography tips. (more…)

Having Fun With Wedding Photography

Looking at sample wedding photos can help inspire you to either capture great photos yourself, or even assist you in coming up with some must-have shots that you can ask your hired photographer to capture. Here is a look at several excellent wedding photos, along with a description of what makes them so great. (more…)

Flower Photography Tips & Techniques: How to Take Great Photos


Learning Flower Photography Tips and Techniques

Whether you’re a budding photographer with the desire to learn new skills or you’ve already blossomed into a talented shooter and are simply looking for inspiration, here are several flower photography tips and techniques worth learning. (more…)

Varying Your Camera’s Shutter Speed to Create Interesting Photos

The following blog post was written by a very talented photographer, Ryan Marko. Be sure to check out his bio and website, provided at the end of this post. And a big thanks to Ryan for sharing his knowledge, talent, and photos! (more…)

Hockey Photography Techniques to Help You Capture Great Photos

We covered a few basic hockey photography tips previously, however, there is so much more to discuss that we thought a second blog post would be worthwhile. In this post, we will further indulge ourselves into the Canadian culture of minor league hockey. Every parent should have at least a few pictures of their kids’ first hockey game, and what Canadian kids’ room would be complete without a stunning poster print (doesn’t even have to be stunning) of their first hockey experience? (more…)