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Sunday, December 23, 2018

Whether you are a beginner or more experienced with photography, here are some of our favorite tips that will help you improve your photography!

Use the Rule of Thirds

This rule helps you take eye-catching pictures by using one of the most effective rules of composition.

If you want to take pictures that have a “wow” factor built in them, the Rule of Thirds is the composition secret you need to take advantage of!

To use the rule of thirds, imagine four lines, two lying horizontally across the image and two vertical creating nine even squares. Some images will look best with the focal point in the center square, but placing the subject off-center at one of the intersecting points of the imaginary lines will often create a more aesthetically composed photograph.

When a photograph is composed using the rule of thirds the eyes will wander the frame. A picture composed using the rule of thirds is usually more pleasing to the eye.

If you want to take great photos that you’d be proud of, by using the rules of composition, check out the easy-to-follow Incredibly Important Composition Skills Course!

Thursday, November 29, 2018

If there is one truism in the world of camera equipment and accessories, it’s that photographers have choices. Once you finally dial-in your camera and lens setup, you still have to figure out how to transport all the equipment safely and comfortably, in a way that lets you access it when you’re ready to capture the shot.

There are so many camera bags on the market that doing an exhaustive comparison of every use-case and every solution out there is nearly impossible—that’s where f-stop comes in. The gear company makes adventure backpacks that combine outdoor-worthy technical innovation with modular camera carrying systems. What’s a modular carrying system, you say?

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

The best lessons are the ones you learn the hard way. Here are 10 photography tips I learned after lots of frustration, discouragement, money lost, and forever lost opportunities. These tips are not very common, I never heard them hence you probably never heard of them either. I hope they help you avoid the mistakes I made, and help you improve your photography.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Whether you are primarily a portrait photographer, like to shoot mostly wildlife, or lean toward landscape (or anything else), there are a few things to keep in mind heading into this new year that may just help you level-up your photography. Mind you, this is a long list and you don't have to do them all, but hopefully there are a few things here that could help. Also note that these are in no particular order of importance. Without further delay, let's jump headfirst into getting a great start to 2018.