In this tutorial I will show you multiple tips and pointers on how to create a realistic landscape painting with acrylics. I will walk you through the process and share some valuable tips to take your painting to the next level.
Most of us have our mobile phone with us when we’re out and about, and, as they say, the best camera is the camera you have on you. But can a smartphone camera really compare to a DSLR for landscape photography, and is that even a fair comparison? In this tutorial, I’ll look at how to make the most of your smartphone’s camera for shooting landscapes.
Landscape photography is so much more than just capturing a pretty scene. Is the light right? Which lens should you use? Will you need a filter? Even when you have your perfect photograph, there’s more to be done: editing, marketing, creating a portfolio. Here, we’ve put together five amazing assets for landscape photography, as well as some top tips for nailing your shot.
There is no photography without light. What kind of light you have and how you use it is what makes or breaks your photos.
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.
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a natural mountain landscape in flat design using the most basic shapes and tools of Adobe Illustrator.