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.
I predominantly use the 'Manual' mode on my camera as this is the one that allows me the greatest control, however, most DSLR's allow you to select a preset that takes care of part or all of the settings for a particular situation.
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.
Sometimes even the most avid, creative photographer has a lapse in motivation. When this happens, many of us turn to the internet to look for interesting and inspirational imagery and articles.
Mobile phone photography is becoming more and more popular and as a result, the technology is becoming more and more advanced. It is now possible to take truly great photos using a phone, if you know what not to do.
A personal brand is becoming increasingly important online and offline. With so many different places to create a persona on the internet you really need to think about your choice of branding. It's mostly about consistency and a few choices, as detailed below :)
Well, not quite but I think this image is quite eerie. This is a very easy effect to achieve using a series of still images and the auto awesome feature in Google+. I recently ran through the feature but didn't go into detail of the process involved prior to uploading the image.