There’s a lot of different articles about watermarking your photos. Most write about the process of designing a nice looking watermark, while others tell you where to place them.
But all those other articles forget to ask one simple, yet important question:
What is the purpose of my watermark?
If you have a watermark or if you want to create one – STOP. Answer the question above. That answer will affect the style, design and the placement of your watermark.
I need a watermark to protect my work… Continue reading
Photography is a bit different than other creative activities, because it’s very good at fooling its users. A mere press of a button is required to create a great photo. This notion helps us to become lazy and we start to put more and more emphasize on the button. But that button has nothing to do with photography. Continue reading
This week’s lesson is about the camera’s light metering modes. If you want to get that perfect exposure, you need to take control of the light meter and finely tune your settings. In this blog post we’ll cover the basics of in-camera light metering and the three different light metering modes. Continue reading
We now know what exposure is and how aperture, shutter speed and ISO work together. Today we’re going to talk about exposure modes and how to use your camera to get the proper exposure. Different exposure modes offer different things, mastering them all will help you improve your photography. Continue reading
Last week we covered composition. We’ve looked at different types of compositions and how to use them. Today’s lesson is about bringing attention to your subject. Having a subject that stands out is a must, if you want a great photo. Below are a few examples of how to bring attention to your subject. Continue reading