Do you sometimes struggle to come up with creative photography ideas, and start to find photography a little bit boring? You’re not alone. It’s often all too easy to forget what fun photography can be until you start look at the works of others for inspiration. Take these 17 creative photography…
The photos below all come from Evan Sharboneau’s Trick Photography and Special Effects ebook. It’s currently available at a reduced price, for a limited time. I didn’t want to clutter my review with photos, so I thought I would include them all here instead. You can read my full review here, or click on…
As we draw closer to the end of 2011, the standard practice of coming up with a new year’s resolution comes into play, and for all of us, there’s always room to improve our photography. This year, I attempted a couple photography projects, and as I took more and more photos, I found that they were getting better and better. The best way to learn, is to practice, and what better way than with a fun, creative, photography project.
Nightclub photography is becoming increasingly popular, with a lot of young photographers using it as their way into finding their first paid photography work, while enjoying themselves at the same time. I often walk straight into clubs with no photo pass or anything, just a camera slung round my neck, and nobody ever asks any questions – it’s a great way to start getting more experience.
In this new series entitled ‘Shoot My Shot’, i’m going to show you a photo that i’ve taken and the steps that I took to get there to help you understand how the Pro’s take their photos and to reassure you that we get just as many misses for just 1 hit!
In short, it’s a fun, easy way of getting some really cool photos. You don’t need to spend hours looking for a cool location, light painting can be done just about anywhere, so just follow my step by step, insightful, thought process about taking great light painting photos and you’ll be well on your way.