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An Introduction to Travel Photography and Photojournalism with Richard I’AnsonAn Introduction to Travel Photography and Photojournalism with Richard I’Anson

A veteran travel photographer for lonely planet, Richard I’Anson has traveled the world over. Having been to all 7 continents and over 85 countries, he’s photographed and told stories of many different cultures. In this video, he explains basic points in achieving successful results when photographing in your travels. Some of the main points are:

Why did Einstein Stick Out his Tongue in his Portrait?Why did Einstein Stick Out his Tongue in his Portrait?

Why do you think Einstein stuck out his tongue in his most famous portrait? Many have asked that question, and there are even those that think it’s a photoshopped image. Turns out, this really was an authentic photograph and not the least bit photoshopped. So what’s the back story of this portrait?

What are the Advantages of Using a Monopod?What are the Advantages of Using a Monopod?

Generally, monopods aren’t substitutes for tripods. You won’t be able to photograph with bulb (long exposure) using a monopod. But if what you’re looking for is a tool to help you stabilize your camera from any shock, help you take pictures in poor light conditions, or just want an all-around sharper picture, then monopods trump […]

5 Bad Habits in Photography5 Bad Habits in Photography

For as long as I’ve become a photographer, there’s a list of bad habits that’s as long. These bad habits of photographers could be easily avoided if you’re willing to start as early as possible to avoid further losses. These bad habits in Photography usually include: 1. Not checking the completeness of the equipment. True, […]

DOF Preview Button: What it is and How to Use itDOF Preview Button: What it is and How to Use it

When mounting a lens to a DSLR camera body, then peer into the viewfinder, what you’ll see is the image in the lens’ widest aperture settings. Now what if you want to see the image when using the smallest aperture opening straight from the viewfinder in order to get an accurate image of how the […]

5 More Famous Figures’ Last Photographs Before They Died5 More Famous Figures’ Last Photographs Before They Died

1. Lady Diana The above photo was the last photo ever before the crash happened. Many press/paparazi raced to print it as the last photo of the princess. As seen, only her golden hair is visible in this photograph. The photo was taken on the car ride from Hotel Ritz in Paris at around 12:20 […]

Magic Lantern 2.3 Provides Awesome Features for Canon DSLR CamerasMagic Lantern 2.3 Provides Awesome Features for Canon DSLR Cameras

For all those who own a Canon DSLR, there’s a custom firmware called Magic Lantern for selected Canon DSLR types. Started out as having functions tailored for videographers, the newer versions of Magic Lantern also has features useful for photographers. It’s an addon/plugin for your camera’s firmware and is installed in the memory card. It’s […]

Food Photography for BeginnersFood Photography for Beginners

1. Organize/ construct the placement of your subjects. First thing you need to do is of course to prepare the subjects/ food you’re going to photograph. Even if the photography technique is top notch, if the food isn’t constructed well and is all over the place, the results won’t look delicious. When organizing the food […]

A Beginner’s Guide To Landscape PhotographyA Beginner’s Guide To Landscape Photography

Here’s four ‘rules’ for landscape photography that might be helpful for those just starting out (ie they’re not meant as a definitive guide but rather a starting point) :

The EDFAT Method in PhotojournalismThe EDFAT Method in Photojournalism

There’s something called the EDFAT method in photojournalism to help create a good photo essay. Through this method, the photographer will proceed to find the right photo frame that’s creative and can collect a complete data to be displayed in the photo essay. This method was introduced by the “Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and […]