10 Helpful Online Photography Courses for the Outdoor Photographer

It's natural for someone who loves photography and the outdoors to focus on taking a lot of photos out in nature, or even to pursue a career as a professional landscape or adventure photographer. Becoming a skilled outdoor photographer takes a lot of practice, both in learning how to use your gear and in developing composition and shooting techniques. One great way to … [Read more...]

Creative Photoshop Actions, Light Leaks, and Textures by Forefathers

A lot of photographers will say they spend more time in front of their computers editing instead of taking pictures out in the field. It can take years of practice to develop a solid editing workflow and a creative style that may be used for the life of someone's photography career. Lightroom and Photoshop are two of the most popular software programs photographers use to edit … [Read more...]

75+ Helpful Fall Photography Tips

Fall (Autumn) is a favorite time of year for many photographers. The colors are spectacular, cloudy days still bring great photo opportunities, and the changing of the season brings out new photo ideas that may have been lingering all year long. The peak fall colors don't last long though so being prepared with your equipment, knowledge, and where you want to shoot is important … [Read more...]

Transferring Photos To Wood: 7 Helpful DIY Projects

Transferring your photos to wood is a wonderful way to add a rustic element to your prints, and it's a great way to preserve your memories in a way that will last for years. Whether you're personalizing a room in your home, looking for the perfect gift, or just want to do a hands on project, these helpful resources will make for a great afternoon activity. Paging Fun Mums - … [Read more...]

Creative DIY Ways to Display Your Photos

Your photos don't have to sit on your computer or behind an expensive frame, as there are so many cool and DIY ways to display images. Putting some creative thought into how you hang your pictures throughout your living space highlights great memories and photography in a unique way. We all love taking photos, so grab some friends and personalize your space with your very … [Read more...]

Portrait Photography Lighting Tutorials

If you want to stand out from the average photographer, it’s probably wise to have a solid understanding of light. Proper lighting is one the more important things to consider when making a great image. Not only does it help increase the quality of the image, it's important to understand your lighting so you can set the mood of your photo. With improper use of lighting, you can … [Read more...]

230 Free Lightroom Presets You Will Love

Speeding up your post processing workflow will allow you to spend more of your time taking photographs and less time editing them in Lightroom and/or Photoshop. For Lightroom users, making use of develop presets can be an excellent way to reduce the amount of time that you spend in Lightroom. When it comes to presets you can either create your own or use those created by … [Read more...]

100+ Can’t-Miss Free Photoshop Actions and Presets

Photoshop actions can be a huge time saver for the photo editing process, and they can also help you to achieve looks and effects that you may not know how to accomplish from scratch. Implementing some actions into your workflow can help you to work more efficiently and to improve the end result. And as a bonus, actions can also be a fun way to experiment. While there are a … [Read more...]

10+ Free eBooks for Digital Photography

We are always on the hunt for great information on photography, especially if its free. Here we've put together a list of FREE eBooks for you to download and enjoy! This collection covers the basics of digital photography, lighting setups, nature photography tips and more. Lighting 101 Strobist, a popular photography resource site created by David Hobby, provides … [Read more...]

Triptych Photography Examples and Ideas

What is a triptych? It's a type of three-fold art that is typically hinged together as carved panels side by side. The artistic works compliment each other with similar subjects or a relatable message. Many early triptychs started showing up in religious gathering places as altarpieces and could be folded up and easily transported. Photographers have also grown to appreciate … [Read more...]