Tips for Minimalist Photography

Tips for Minimalist Photography

Tips for Minimalist Photography minimalist photo minimalist photo Wikipedia defines a minimalist photo as ‘form of photography that is distinguished by extreme, austere simplicity’ – a very fancy way of saying it’s barren of objects, but still with interest. How are...
Creative Crops for Photographers

Creative Crops for Photographers

Creative Crops for Photographers creative crops creative crops Creative crops can take a photo from a snapshot to a well thought out composition – even after the photo has been taken (though it’s better to do it in-camera when possible). What Will I Learn in this...
The Rule Of Thirds in Photography: What, Why, and When to Break It

The Rule Of Thirds in Photography: What, Why, and When to Break It

rule of thirds The Rule Of Thirds in Photography What, Why, and When to Break It Author: Emily – iPhotography Tutor The rule of thirds is probably one of the first “rules” a new photographer will come across. And for good reason. It’s used all the time, not just...
Framing: Tips for Better Compositions

Framing: Tips for Better Compositions

framing Framing: Tips for Better Compositions framing If you’re anything like the Tutors at iPhotography, you’ll print out your images to put in frames and hang them on the walls. Our office is full of framed imagery, and all of our favourite photographs are displayed...
How to Tell A Story with Your Camera

How to Tell A Story with Your Camera

photo stories How to Tell a Story With Your Camera photo stories Anyone with a camera can take a photograph, but to become a true artist you need to be able to tell a story. A photograph takes a moment out of time to be viewed again and every pair of eyes will read a...