Skip to content

action

How to build a career in action sports photography
Our very own Michèle Grenier spoke with Frederick Van Johnson about her career as an action sports photographer, as a...
Five tips to edit badass sports portraits
Want to bring out the most of your action shots? Here are five tips to edit badass sports portraits to...
Webinar: Badass portraiture in sports photography, with Michèle Grenier
With most of us stuck at home due to the Coronavirus outbreak, now’s a great time to dive into some...
Portrait Tips: One light on black
I answered the phone, and it was my buddy, Gary. He said, "Hey, Levi. I've got a great idea." Now,...
Techniques for panning
In this video, Natalie Fobes explains the most effective techniques for panning in motion-centric photographs. For more LinkedIn Learning videos...
5 tips to use NOW to reach your goals faster
I made a point in 2019 to take control of my business. I had a great 2018 but I know...
Shutter Priority and when to use it
Shutter Priority exposure mode is a fantastic tool for controlling how motion appears in your final image. This exposure mode...
How to photograph sledding (comprehensive)
Wanna have some fun this winter? Go photograph kids sledding. When your subjects are having fun, you're sure to have...
The advantage of Auto ISO
In photography, ISO is a rating of your camera sensor’s sensitivity to light. A lower ISO like 50 or 100...
Quick Tip: Crop for impact
Learn when to crop for impact and when not to crop to ensure the image tells the real story
Am I good enough?
Why this is a really dangerous question. You just started in photography. You set up your business a year ago...
The Photoshop Action That Will Bring Your Sports Shots to Another Level
A few months ago, I discovered an amazing action to edit my sports shots in Photoshop. Everytime I use it,...

Portrait Tips: One light on black

I answered the phone, and it was my buddy, Gary. He said, “Hey, Levi. I’ve got a great idea.” Now, you should know that I’m always up for an adventure, and Gary and I have had a lot of them.

Read More

Techniques for panning

In this video, Natalie Fobes explains the most effective techniques for panning in motion-centric photographs. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. There are times that you want to stop action and yet still convey motion, so the

Read More

Shutter Priority and when to use it

Shutter Priority exposure mode is a fantastic tool for controlling how motion appears in your final image. This exposure mode allows the photographer to set the shutter speed while the camera determines the aperture. Most DSLR and mirrorless cameras offer

Read More

How to photograph sledding (comprehensive)

Wanna have some fun this winter? Go photograph kids sledding. When your subjects are having fun, you’re sure to have fun, too. It’s a great excuse to get out and make pictures and keep your eye sharp through the winter.

Read More

The advantage of Auto ISO

In photography, ISO is a rating of your camera sensor’s sensitivity to light. A lower ISO like 50 or 100 means that the sensor will require longer shutter speeds and larger apertures to properly expose an image. A higher ISO

Read More
girl, portrait, chair, green, smile, dark hair

Am I good enough?

Why this is a really dangerous question. You just started in photography. You set up your business a year ago and clients are not banging on your door to reserve sessions. You realize you need to make some money or

Read More

Portrait Tips: One light on black

I answered the phone, and it was my buddy, Gary. He said, “Hey, Levi. I’ve got a great idea.” Now, you should know that I’m always up for an adventure, and Gary and I have had a lot of them.

Read More

Techniques for panning

In this video, Natalie Fobes explains the most effective techniques for panning in motion-centric photographs. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. There are times that you want to stop action and yet still convey motion, so the

Read More

Shutter Priority and when to use it

Shutter Priority exposure mode is a fantastic tool for controlling how motion appears in your final image. This exposure mode allows the photographer to set the shutter speed while the camera determines the aperture. Most DSLR and mirrorless cameras offer

Read More

How to photograph sledding (comprehensive)

Wanna have some fun this winter? Go photograph kids sledding. When your subjects are having fun, you’re sure to have fun, too. It’s a great excuse to get out and make pictures and keep your eye sharp through the winter.

Read More

The advantage of Auto ISO

In photography, ISO is a rating of your camera sensor’s sensitivity to light. A lower ISO like 50 or 100 means that the sensor will require longer shutter speeds and larger apertures to properly expose an image. A higher ISO

Read More
girl, portrait, chair, green, smile, dark hair

Am I good enough?

Why this is a really dangerous question. You just started in photography. You set up your business a year ago and clients are not banging on your door to reserve sessions. You realize you need to make some money or

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Isengardt

Category: Street Photographer: Isengardt “In And Out” The motion that the photographer is able to capture here is perfect. While it’s a scene you’ll stumble upon in every major city, being able to isolate two subjects and capture them with

Read More

Enter to win a new camera, an education bundle, plus much more!

It’s our birthday, and we want to celebrate with you! Check out our 21st birthday contest and enter to win a new camera, Drobo 8D, X-Rite calibration tools, Xpozer prints, Skylum software and more!

Plus, by entering you’re automatically eligible to win one of our monthly prizes. This month we’re giving away an educational bundle, with. courses from Joel Grimes and Serge Ramelli. You’ll also get a free one-year membership to ThinkTAP Learn!