Noise can turn a really great low light shot into one which takes up all of your post processing time and causes great frustration. Grain on your images and coloured flecks covering those lovely details which you captured can be the bain of your processing life. Knowing how to deal with noise (and prevent it in the first place) will save you time and probably your sanity.
How often do you think about the effect that your comments and remarks online have? Both good and bad the opinion of others matters greatly to most, especially when it's regarding their creativity and skill in a certain field, such as photography.
Keeping your camera, and all of it's components, clean is essential for top quality images. There are a number of different, individual, parts that should be kept in top condition. Below are a few tutorials on how to make sure your equipment is maintained in top quality.
Although most of the time a photography shoot can be described as relaxing there are also those occasions where time is of the essence. A day trip to a location with the specific focus on capturing as many images is one example of when a few time management techniques will benefit your photography.
Breaking Bad is everywhere at the moment, and for good reason. If you would like to replicate the very cool BB poster effect on your own images there are some very good tutorials available. Rather than rewrite a tutorial, I thought I would share some great articles with you.
Sometimes you just wish you had a piece of equipment that you just haven't got around to purchasing yet. Sometimes you just want a quick and easy, one off solution to a problem you face whilst out on a shoot. Here are 6 quick and nasty hacks for just those occasions.
Occasionally using unorthodox effects can turn an otherwise standard image into something which captures the imagination and draws interest. I recently experimented with motion blur within Photoshop on a previously taken image of bluebells in a wood.