The Art of Seeing Light in Photography National Geographic photographer Bob Holmes shares tips on how to find the light in photos The most important thing you can do to change your photographs dramatically is to learn how to see and how to use light in your images. In this week's episode of
National Geographic Photographer talks lighting, inspiration and Instagram Bob Holmes is an award-winning photographer who has traveled the world capturing remarkable photographs In this latest episode of Advancing Your Photography, "Photography Q&A with NatGeo Photographer Bob Holmes," we share never-before-seen footage from an interview we did with our friend, Bob Holmes. Bob has
How to Take Better Pictures with Every Click Listen to part of AYP Show's interview on NPR KAZU about how to take better pictures. d'Orsay Museum in Paris, from Advancing Your Photography Handbook, BUY NOW While people are walking around without the camera, what should they look for? What makes a picture? (Continued
Advancing Your Photography: A Handbook for Taking Photo's You'll Love Order your copy today! Coming this May, Advancing Your Photography will release its first book made just for photographers. Watch the video for a sneak peek inside the first two chapters of the book! Handbook Designed By Photographers for Photographers This handbook--from the look of
AYP's Tips for Hiking Photography and Video Don't let all those priceless vacation pictures go to waste We've all been there. After a week-long vacation with family or friends our digital camera card reads "Full." Full of all the priceless memories you made that week. Full of all the people you cherish. So now what? If you're like
Start to Finish Photoshoot Tips with Huntington Witherill Photographer Huntington Witherill shares how he visualizes a photo and tells us why he doesn't always take his camera with him. Grab your sunscreen and flip flops. Marc Silber's Advancing Your Photography Show heads to the beach in this week's episode, "Landscape Photography shoot and tips with Huntington Witherill."
Concert Photography How to photograph during concerts Thomas Dutronc Concert - Photo Credit : Jerome Milac Summer is usually a very good time for concerts and festivals, such as the Fête de la Musique , a very well known event in France which is also reproduced in the Big Apple as "Make Music New York",
Interview with Joe McNally Composition and lighting tips from Joe McNally Award-winning photographer Joe McNally, master of lighting, who shot for Life, Sports Illustrated and National Geographic, tells us more about the underpinnings of being a good photographer, or simply put, how to get better photographs. In our latest video, Joe McNally
Top 10 Items Every Travel Photographer Needs Award-winning photographer Bob Holmes shows us what's inside his camera bag plus do's and don'ts of travel photography Imagine. It's sweltering hot outside. You're on a photoshoot. You're carrying your camera bag, with at least two different cameras inside, along with a tripod, maybe a light
Outdoor Photography Tips from Adventurer Chris Burkard Chris Burkard is an Instagram sensation, surf enthusiast and extreme photographer! In our latest video, "Chris Burkard's Tips for Taking Great Outdoor Photos," Chris shares at least a dozen tips for taking great outdoor photographs. His use of lighting and composition take us inside the waves.