If you struggle to get well-lit photos of your handmade crafts, then this inexpensive DIY light reflector should really help you to brighten everything up and soften those shadows.
Go here to learn how to use Photoshop and old-fashioned clothes to make creepy photos of your kids.
Find advice here for creating the ‘bokeh’ technique using water drops together with a flash. It’s a very interesting idea, and more bokeh in the world is always a good thing!
Photo and lightbox by Kirby Kerr.
If you sell products online or you blog about food/fashion/your life, then clear and bright photos are one of the most important things you will need, if not the most important.
So I’ve compiled a resource of information, advice, tips, DIY lightbox tutorials, and ideas for setting up a mini photo studio at home – and you can see my page HERE. I hope it helps you out, because I know that I really struggle myself with making my photos look anywhere near professional 🙂
I really want to do a project like this one day – although I’d have to get a life half as interesting as this guys before I do!
Using your smartphone and a shoebox you can project any photo or moving image onto a white wall – cool! Go here for the how-to.
This collection of old National Geographic photos is so interesting, with many bizarre, strange, beautiful and nostalgic moments captured. This is why photography is such an amazing thing – it keeps moments in time alive forever.
I’ve seen lots of bokeh tutorials around but I’ve not seen a light stencils one before, and I’m surprised because the effect looks amazing and I didn’t even know this was a thing that was possible!
Click here for the step-by-step.
This light painting photo technique looks so cool (and kinda dangerous!) – who would have thought it cost less than $10 to do and didn’t need any post production?
Take a look at the instructions here.
I always view New York as full of character – and characters – even though unfortunately I’ve never been there (…what I wouldn’t give to be there in the snow…)
And Humans of New York showcases photos of the most interesting, ordinary and extraordinary folk of NY.