Photography Quick Tips

Photography Quick Tips

Looking for some quick, easy ways to improve your photographs? This collection of video tutorials will offer you simple ways to make your photos more memorable.

Each video focuses on a specific scenario, so you can just watch the ones you’re interested in, or you can watch them all for a quick collection of tips that’s sure to have you taking great photos.

Rain Photography

Rain photography is one of the most rewarding photographic opportunities you can find without having to travel anywhere. A unique world of color, light, and atmosphere comes to life during a rain storm, and taking photos in the rain is only a third of the experience!


Nature Photography

Nature, in itself, is a marvelous and beautiful thing. But capturing its beauty isn’t as easy and effortless as it sounds. In this tutorial you will learn 5 simple tips to help you start taking better nature photos.

Macro Photography Tips

Macro photography is about getting close-up to your subject and focusing on all of the tiny details you would otherwise miss. For a macro photo, sharp focus on texture is the name of the game, but make it interesting too!


Smartphone Photography

Smartphone photography is becoming quite popular, primarily because of the convenience of having a small gadget with you that’s easily accessible to snap photos with.  Keep in mind these helpful tips and tricks when you go out on your next phone shoot.

Pet Photography

Pet photography is a great way to celebrate your furry friends, but it’s not easy! It seems like animals are never camera-ready when you want them to be. Follow these 5 pet photography tips and you’ll be well on your way to taking better pet photos.


Family Photography

Luckily, rigid family photos are a thing of the past! In this tutorial you will learn 5 tips on how to capture a beautiful portrait of your family.

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