Tag «Photography»

Photographer’s Guide to Autumn in the Lake District

Autumn is once again upon us, and whilst for some of us that means staying in and sheltering from the elements, for others, it means heading off on a Lake District break to enjoy the explosion of colour that autumn brings to the region. For landscape photographers of all skill sets, the season also brings …

The Very Best And Most Beneficial Photography Tips For Newbies

Have you ever saw a photograph that captured your imagination? Did you find yourself staring into the picture’s landscape or cityscape, while leaving reality momentarily? This is one of the greatest achievements of a photographer. Being able to capture a scene that can mesmerize the viewer is undeniably a goal that many photographers share. Simultaneously, …

Key Benefits Of Running Your Own Photography Business

Photography is a great profession for those creative types who also enjoy being their own boss and have a mind for business. Not only do you get to showcase your artistic flair, but you run your own business, on your own terms; either from the comfort of your own home or at an office somewhere. …

Personality, Professionalism, and Perfection

  Looking for thrilling wedding photography in St. Thomas? Then you need to keep an eye out for a photographer who has not only skills and expertise, but a genuine love for the craft and a personality to match. Cindy June photography meets clients’ expectations time and time again, and this company could be just …

Fashion Photography Inspired by Italian Cinematography

Amazing photographs inspired by the iconic Italian movie Red Desert (Il Deserto Rosso) by Michelangelo Antonioni. It shows deep emotions of alienation and search for love in a crowded city. The femininity in the photograph is shown through the outfits that compliment the body and follow the female shape. A classic that never goes out …

Beginners Tips for Macro Photography

We all love to see pictures of gorgeous sunsets, cute puppies, or even your friend’s selfie with a celebrity. But what about the things that are mostly unobserved or forgotten? A frostbitten leaf on a winter’s day, a ladybug mindlessly crawling over your hand, or the fine petals of a beautiful rose – our lives …

Photography: The Democratization of Art?

Art collecting still has an elitist smack to it. Original oeuvres are usually too pricey for the common folks as their production is lengthy and hence cost-intensive. Art photography offers an alternative. The piece is created within a fraction of a second and can be reproduced as often as required at relatively low costs. However, …