Rare Video Shows Us Inside Ansel Adams' Darkroom Discover how Ansel Adams created some of his most famous photographs In never-before-released-footage from Marc Silber's Advancing Your Photography Show, we get a look inside Ansel
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
Ansel Adams' Making of Moonrise over Hernandez, New Mexico Never-released footage shows Ansel Adams re-visiting location of one of his most famous photographs The beginning of this video feels a bit surreal.
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
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
Advancing Your Composition Part I : Colors Color Composition Polychromatic I - Photo Credit : Jerome Milac Photography is an art form that is based on the same elements of composition
Twelve Tips for How to Compose Creative Photographs Award-Winning photographer Huntington Witherill keeps his creative composition tips coming in our new video, "Photography Tips: Composition Secrets with Huntington Witherill, Ep.2." In Marc Silber's
New Video: How to Find Your Shot Advancing Your Photography Show Host Marc Silber takes us on a fun, travel, photography adventure to one of the most iconic landmarks along California's beautiful coastline.
Former "Artist of the Year" Reveals Composition Tips Huntington Witherill shares his unique approach to composition and inspires photographers to challenge themselves. VIDEO: Marc Silber's Advancing Your Photography Show, "5 Composition Secrets with Huntington
Inspiration in photography Or how to get more efficiently in the zone Don't expect a foolproof method to find inspiration. If only it were that easy, right ? Here is rather a way, not to lose focus