If you want to take great photos, you need to learn the language of photography. While you speak this language with your tools, you should also learn how to read photography.
In this post, we discuss how to read food photos and improve your photography.
You may have the best camera and the best lens and the coolest post processing tools, but the art of photography comes down to just one word – composition. In this post, we look at composition and share recommendations on doing the compositional dance.
Deep photos engage viewers. These powerful photos draw you in and create an unusual experience by giving your eyes room to explore. In this post, we talk about creating depth in food photographs.
Exposure is fundamental to making photographs. Understanding the concept of exposure triangle will make you a better photographer. This simple concept has been talked about a lot of times but rarely do you find a photographer, experimenting and analyzing results based on this triangle.
In this post, we do just that. Whatever you do, don’t skip the assignment.