Tips & tricks
Tips & tricks Tips from professional photographers #5

Every week we ask professional photographers about their careers, experience, gear and their technique. Every friday we publish tips from three pros.

We ask them one question - What's one piece of advice you wish someone gave you when you were just starting out. These are the answers we get.

Tips & tricks Tips from professional photographers #4

Every week we ask professional photographers about their careers, experience, gear and their technique. Every friday we publish tips from three pros.

We ask them one question - What's one piece of advice you wish someone gave you when you were just starting out. These are the answers we get.

Tips & tricks How to get on photographer's nerves with one sentence

Once you get really hooked on photography you'll start to notice other people don't really get it. But that doesn't stop them from making comments and saying some really dumb things. Facepalm is the only answer.

Few weeks ago someone on Reddit gave a simple challenge to the /r/photography community. They were supposed to piss off a photographer with just one sentence. Below you'll find my favourite 10 sentences that non-photographers say. There is much more here.

Tips & tricks Tips from professional photographers #3

Every week we ask professional photographers about their careers, experience, gear and their technique. Every friday we publish tips from three pros.

We ask them one question - What's one piece of advice you wish someone gave you when you were just starting out. These are the answers we get.

Tips & tricks Vacation photos - why you should take fewer of them

Let’s be honest. We all get a little crazy with photos when going on vacation. Not all of us? Well, at least a majority. Here’s how my vacation looked just few years ago.

Seconds after getting on the plane I took my phone or a camera out and started taking pics of everything around me, producing hundreds of noisy, blurry, out of focus photos that noone wile ever want to see.

Tips & tricks Tips from professional photographers #2

Every week we ask professional photographers about their careers, experience, gear and their technique. Every friday we publish tips from three pros.

We ask them one question - What's one piece of advice you wish someone gave you when you were just starting out. These are the answers we get.

Tips & tricks Tips from professional photographers #1

Every week we ask professional photographers about their careers, experience, gear and their technique. Every friday we publish tips from three pros.

We ask them one question - What's one piece of advice you wish someone gave you when you were just starting out. These are the answers we get.

Tips & tricks 5 quick and simple ways to improve your photography right now

Learning photography is a process. A long one. And it’s never done. It takes time to learn the basics, but you can then improve for the rest of your life.

You can find hundreds of tips and tricks to improve your photography. But I want to focus on the 5 that are really simple and quick to apply. Actually, you can apply all of them today.

Tips & tricks How to set up your photography space
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Dominique Dominique

Your 365 Day project should be considered a second job. It is time consuming and you are expected to produce something every day.

However, do you have a space dedicated to your second job? You might want to consider setting one up, it’s just like setting up your work desk.

Tips & tricks How picking a theme can help you with your 365 project

I started my tookapic challenge on January 1st 2015. I now have more than 410 photos and more than 340 consecutive days here.

I first started the year with a specific project in mind. That idea was called Project Rainbow. Every day of the week had a different colour.

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