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Creative Photography Course – Information + FAQ

The Creative Photography Course Online | Six Months/Self Paced | Creative Focus *For beginners and intermediate photographers looking to take their photography to the next level. I’m so excited to launch my new Creative...

Creative Photography Techniques to Try with Your Camera 

Creative Photography Techniques – For Beginners to Advanced! Creative photography techniques aren’t only for professionals or advanced photographers, anyone can get started by learning a few nifty little tricks to improve your photography. Your...

The Business of Photography – Is Creative Talent Enough?

Starting a photography business – What skills you need to become a photographer! *Written based on my own experiences working in the industry for 15+ years and the skills I’ve needed to acquire along...

A Photographer’s Guide to Creative Vision

A Photographer’s Guide to Creative Vision – Learn how to unleash your creativity and develop your photographic eye with this eBOOK written by professional photographer Lisa Michele Burns.

Behind the Lens: Creative Phases + My Current Obsession

Creative Photography + Stories Behind the Lens Throughout my career as a photographer I’ve gone through a number of phases that at the time I’ve thought are just the coolest thing ever. There was...

How to creatively compose travel images

Want to create photographs that make your friends want to jump in the image and be there with you? When visiting a new destination there is always a check list of major attractions, monuments...

How to Overcome Creative Block + Avoid Burnout

Creativity is a wonderful thing. Like taking a break from the real world, it allows you to get caught up in your own vision and thoughts. A form of escapism that can result in...

PHOTO TIPS: Getting Creative with Shutter Speed

Learning to adjust your cameras shutter speed is one of the first steps to controlling how a photo is created. Knowing how fast or slow you want the shutter to be will help the...

Working as a Travel Photographer in 2021

Travel Photography Jobs in 2021 – Let’s start the conversation… Travel, ah that word conjures up so many butterflies, memories and immediately puts a smile on my face. Unfortunately, most of us didn’t use...

Minimalist Landscape Photography – A Quick Guide to taking Minimalist Photos

How to take Minimalist Landscape Photos Minimalist landscape photography is one of the most inspiring forms of photography to capture. Those empty spaces that work to highlight a beautiful subject and scene. Gorgeous light...

6 Unpopular Opinions About Photography

Musings + unpopular opinions related to photography I’m not sure about you but I love reading or hearing about unpopular opinions. There’s even an entire radio show dedicated to it in the UK and...

Setting the Scene – Intentional Camera Movement (ICM)

Intentional Camera Movement – ICM Photography: Learn how to create beautiful blurred motion! Blur in photography isn’t usually a good thing. We all want sharp, clear images with plenty of detail to showcase the...

Creating Pastel Photos with Photoshop and Lightroom

Pastel Editing Tips for Your Photos When editing an image, I don’t like to push things too far. I’m sure a few people just did a little laugh snort because I do use a...

Behind the Lens – The Olympus Photographers

Photography Inspiration: Behind the Professional Lens You’ve heard me say it before and I’ll say it again to kick off this article; photography isn’t only about what gear you have but how you use...

The Print Collection – Behind the Project

How the print collection came to life… A humpback whale appeared just meters away as I sat on the rocky shores of the Ilulissat Icefjord in Greenland. On the final day of my three...

A Guide to the Best Sri Lanka Photography Locations

Sri Lanka Photography Location Guide Sri Lanka is a beautiful and photogenic island of mesmerizing landscapes, lush tea plantations, waterfalls, palm fringed beaches and friendly locals. Also known as the ‘Pearl of the Indian...

Setting the Scene: Depth of Field + the Foreground

Photography Tips – Depth of Field + the Foreground Composition is one of the most important elements of photography. The way you see a scene is translated by your creative approach to framing a...

How to Improve your Photography While in Isolation

Learn and Improve Your Photography at Home! One common misconception in photography is that you need to be somewhere to get a good photo. Somewhere outside, somewhere with stunning landscapes and somewhere far from...

Photographing the Dunes of Sossusvlei + The Namib Desert

Photographing Deadvlei with Wilderness Safaris – Namibia Departing in darkness, a slight glow simmered on the horizon, a tiny hint of the magic soon to be revealed across the Namib Desert.  With Kulala Desert...

How to Create a Photography Website with Wix

Showcase your work with a Wix website for photographers! As a photographer today, you need to have your work available to view online. It’s as simple as that. A well-designed online portfolio website will...

Photographing South Africa’s Marine Big Five

A Cruise to Dyer Island, Gansbaai Peering south it’s a seemingly never ending landscape of blues. A gentle swell rolls through the glassy sea as morning fog slowly lifts to reveal a coastline as...

The 6 Best Social Platforms for Photographers

Social Media for Photographers – Improve your Social Media Photography Now more than ever there are so many opportunities for photographers to have their work seen. Originally this article listed only the 6 best...

Glasgow Photography Locations – Your Guide to the Best Spots!

By Kathi Kamleitner from Watch Me See The city of Glasgow might be Scotland’s largest, but compared to the medieval charm of the capital Edinburgh it is the underdog of Scottish city trip destinations....

Photogenic Experiences in Whistler, Canada

Getting snap happy in Whistler this summer! Fresh mountain air…there’s something so inspiring about being surrounded by it, letting it fill your lungs as you hike, paddle or simply sit and stare at the...
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