There is no photography without light. What kind of light you have and how you use it is what makes or breaks your photos.
Aspiring filmmakers quickly learn that pulling off a film production takes a lot of decisions, from what camera to use, to what location works best, whether or not you need a hair and makeup person (you do), and who delivers the cheapest pizza the fastest. Questions like these matter because, when production costs are a factor, the details count.
A photography trip is an exciting thing to plan and do. It’s possible to combine your vacation with updating or refreshing your portfolio or even making photographs for commercial sale. Here, we’ll guide you to getting the most out of your time away so you’ll return home with beautiful and useful photographs, and incredible memories too.
When I need to learn a new skill, my first move is usually to hit Google and start searching “How to (insert skill I need to know)”. Judging by Google’s search predictions, I’m not the only one. These searches lead to how-to videos on YouTube or instructional sites like Tuts+.