Many photography apps for phones and tablets now have the option to create a photo collage. Many use this feature to whack a series of unrelated, random photos together and that's good enough. MAybe, maybe not, a collage, in my opinion should be a lot more than that.
Just trying some different processing techniques while the weather is so sh....... bad. Below are two perspectives of one scene, a pair of Converse Allstars. One HDR and the other high key.
One of the wonderful aspects of photography is the never ending myriad of genres, techniques and variations involved in the production of an image. This means that no one will ever know know everything about the art(even if they think they do!). Growing as a photographer involves many challenges, learning curves and the right mind set. Below are a few ways which, if followed, will help you to become a better photographer.
Unless you have all the time in the world to yourself, and don't mind traveling every weekend to get to new locations, you will at some point or another have trouble thinking of photography ideas for the standard weekend. Here are some alternatives shoot ideas to the normal local landscapes.
Pixlr have already developed a great free Chrome app and have now followed this with an Android app called Pixlr Express. As the app is also free, I thought I'd download it, test it and let you know what I thought :)
Every now and again we all need to muck about with our photos and just create some novelty images. Movie posters are always a great way to experiment and also practice our Photoshop skills. BElow are some great tutorials to get started.
Winter is a great season, not many people that I know think so, but I love it. I've always liked the dark evenings/mornings. Not in a sinister way, I just like them. This like of the winter months is further fueled by the photography opportunities it presents.