Cool Site – All That Is Interesting brings you images and video from all around the internet that are interesting. Continue reading
Today’s Cool Site – The Picture Show -Photo stories brought to you by NPR. Continue reading
Imagine that you get up in the morning, start your computer and nothing happens. Your trusty laptop has died during the night and taken the past five years’ worth of your family photographs with it. Backing up your family photos is important and not difficult. Continue reading
Protecting your photos from being used illegally or without permission is essential, but how do you do that without compromising the integrity of your beautiful photography? There is a quick and easy way to create a subtle yet effective graphic that will keep your pictures safe. Continue reading
When it comes to scenery, black and white is much easier to muddle than color. If you want to see how beautiful black and white scenery can be in the hands of a master, then check out Ansel Adams: http://www.anseladams.com/. I know that I am not Ansel Adams though, and I daresay that very few of us are. So extra care is required when photographing in black and white. Continue reading
Black and white photography has become a “thing” – meaning that everyone likes it, everyone wants it and, sadly, everyone thinks that they can do it well. But not everyone can. Black and white photography, just like every other art form, has rules and characteristics that separate the artistic from the thing that anyone with a camera and Photoshop can do. Continue reading
CollageIT is a program that allows you to create amazing collages using your digital photos. The interface is simple to use, and with 15 templates included for free that you can customize in near infinite ways, the possibilities for creativity are endless! Continue reading
You never get enough of composition and framing rules. Once you’ve digested the previous rules on framing, here are more to get your act right.
The next time you are framing up your subject, think of these tips for a better appeal.
1. Most times, we take pictures of people, places or things without anchoring them. For