31.07.2016 · 1 min read
Probably one of the best ways to understand how your DSLR works is to see it in slow motion. I thought I knew anything, but this video even got me an aha-moment.
30.07.2016 · 1 min read
One of the most important things for photographers is to know, when and where the sun is rising or setting. For this reason we have added the exact directions for every spot to make it even easier for you to decide if the spot is good for your planned shooting or not.
28.06.2016 · 8 min read
At some point in your evolution as a photographer you probably want to sell your photos. Here is everything you need to know on how to earn money with your photography and how to shoot photos that are sellable.
29.05.2016 · 6 min read
The most important element in photography is light and therefor understanding how to capture the full range of light that is within your scene. In this tutorial you will learn how to make sure, that your photos are always exposed correctly during all conditions.
28.05.2016 · 1 min read
Show us your favorite photos from "magical forests" all over the world until 20.06.2016 and get the chance to get published in a print magazine with over 30.000 readers.
26.04.2016 · 5 min read
Adobe Photoshop may be a great tool for this issue, but there are things that can help you in advance, especially if there are hundreds of people running around in the scene you want to photograph.
21.04.2016 · 1 min read
Show us your favorite photos from "Ports" all over the world until 30.04. and get the chance to get published in a print magazine with over 30.000 readers.
24.03.2016 · 1 min read
If you are not using them yet you should really have a look at them now, because they will make a huge difference in your photography workflow.
18.03.2016 · 1 min read
Show us your favorite photos from the "Alps" until 31.03. and get the chance to get published in a print magazine with over 30.000 readers.
16.03.2016 · 1 min read
This is some pretty bad news for all those Iceland travelers who care about the nature and who respect the locals and their estates.