Architecture photography is powerful, impressive and let’s face it, fun! Whether or not you know your gothic from your brutalist, you’re bound to find some great new resources with our 5 Amazing Assets for Awesome Architecture Photography.
In this series, we present a look-book of authentic photographs collected by the writers and editors here at ThemeKeeper Tuts+. We hope these pictures inspire ideas, help kindle new projects, and give you a better understanding of visual communication.
There is no photography without light. What kind of light you have and how you use it is what makes or breaks your photos.
Every place has a rich and eventful past that helps define it’s character. Evidence of this local flavour of life is, in a special way, preserved in our spiritual buildings and holy sites. Whether it’s just down the road or something you’ll come across on holiday, visiting a place of worship is your chance to photograph part of cultural and spiritual history.
Just because your camera can focus for you doesn’t mean you should let it do everything. When you want to maximise depth of field, you need to know how to find and use your lens’s optimal focal point—the hyperfocal distance. In this tutorial you’ll learn why hyperfocal distance still matters in the age of digital, how to find the hyperfocal distance, and how this method of focusing works in the real world.
Templates in Adobe After Effects let you create customised video project without the hours of work required to build your own.