How to do Bokeh

Creative photography often involves using a variety of techniques to add dramatic effects to a photograph. One such technique is referred to as bokeh (pronounced like “broke” without the letter “r”). Bokeh is the technique of adding intentional “fuzzy” areas within a photograph. This technique should not be confused with photographs that are out of […] Read more →

10 Stupid Photography Fads You Have Not Tried Yet

You have probably noticed that the majority of entertaining media spreading thoughout internet can hardly be called intelligent. The more silly something looks the more refined rapture it arouses in the biomass of internet users. Visual art, the most strong way of conveying life situations and emotions, which some time ago looked like this: now looks more like this: No Continue Reading

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Popular Casual Poses When Photographing People

People make for one of the most popular subjects, if not the most popular subject, photographed. But, obviously they’re quite different to photograph than a mountain or a waterfall. There’s a reason why there’s an art to portrait photography… you can’t just put someone in front of the camera and expect to get great results. […] [Syndicated from Digital Photo Secrets] Read more →

The Best Free Script Fonts for Creating Vintage Logos

You have three options when it comes to creating a trendy vintage style logo or insignia: Buy a premium script font, draw your own or use a free font. The free option sounds great but it can be difficult picking out quality typefaces from the hoards of cheesy display fonts that litter free font libraries. In this post I’ve compiled the best script and cursive fonts that would suit a vintage style logo. All these fonts are tried and tested and available for commercial use, making them perfect for both fun and client project use.

Pacifico

Pacifico

Brush Script Regular

Brush Script Regular

Honey Script

Honey Script

Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel

Wisdom Script

Wisdom Script

Ballpark Weiner

Ballpark Weiner

Lobster

Lobster

Mission Script

Mission Script

Lavanderia

Lavanderia

Freehand 575

Freehand 575

Deftone Stylus

Deftone Stylus

Marketing Script

Marketing Script

Engagement

Engagement

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Wide Angle Photography Tips

Ahh…wide angle photography, probably one of the easiest types of photo to take; but also one of the hardest to excel at.Have you ever tried to cram 30 people into a single photograph? You’d try to stack them, have some of them on the floor or even ask some of them at the back to […] Read more →

How Lighting Plays a Crucial Role in Your Photography

You’ve heard me deliberate about how significant lighting in photography is, but do you really know the reason why? You may know that gaining enough light is essential, but there is a lot more to the story. First we have direct light. This is from the sun or a strong, bright source. Then we have […] Read more →

Photoshop: How to Improve Photos with distracting Backgrounds

Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to improve photos that have infinite focal depth and many objects in it that distract attention away from your main subject. Read more →

How To Get Stunning Colors In Your Sunset Photography

Final Reminder: New eBook on optimizing color in landscape photography: Art of Color Processing Nothing makes a sky pop in a photograph the way that a sunset can. Beautiful purples and yellows in a sky are often the result of the setting sun, but in order to capture the richness of those colors in a […] Read more →

Valuable Tips for Autumn Photography

Autumn is a season that provides a golden opportunity to take beautiful shots in varied colors. And what else could be the perfect subjects for your photos? The autumn leaves, trees, and amazing landscapes. You don’t necessarily need to have a DSLR camera, because even with a slim pocket camera to carry everywhere you can […] Read more →

5 Reasons Why Zoom Lenses Are Better Than Prime Lenses

It’s on ongoing debate between photographers: Are zoom lenses or prime lenses better? Undoubtedly both have their pros and cons, but in the following short video, Kai from DigitalRev TV weighs in with some reasons why zoom might win the day over fixed focal length lenses: 1) Convenience Zooms are the “Swiss army knife” of […] Read more →