Pretty soon, the streets will be filled with ghosts, goblins and glittery fairies. So, get your camera ready for all of the creative photo ops! Many will be spontaneous magical and mystical moments, but some require planning ahead. Have […]
How to Photograph Christmas lights
For photographers, Christmas lights are one of the more interesting parts of the Christmas season. They present a genuinely unique opportunity; we don’t hang long strings of tiny lights all year round (unless you’re one […]
Here where I live, cold snaps plague the city during the winters, but one morning I woke up to a nice surprise. Interesting frost formations decorated the windshield of my car. So naturally I broke out some gear and […]
Autumn colors at the Champlain Lookout in Gatineau Park in Chelsea, Quebec. Photo by Blair Gable
I have had the privilege of living in two regions of Canada that feature some of the most colorful autumn transformations – the Niagara […]
The need for photos that effectively document your work has become increasingly important in the world of engineering, no matter your specialization.
Maybe you’re taking photos that document your progress on a project for your clients, or to inform contractors […]
Do you struggle with taking gorgeous photos of your property listings? Think your pictures could actually be hurting your sales more than they’re helping?
Don’t worry, you’re not alone!
Real estate photography can be tricky gig, especially if you’re someone who’s […]
There is in no way a shortage of stars and moon pictures on Pinterest. We spent a little time, ok maybe a lot of time, going through them and picked out our favorites. And, here they are!
Want to take […]
It’s official – the winners of the Urban Scenes photo and video contests have been selected! Thanks to all of you who shared with us a glimpse of the cities you where you live or visit, work or play. […]
Summer is here, and there is no better time to get out and be “one with nature”. From birds and bees to mountains and trees, the Great Outdoors provides some of the most breathtaking and awe-inspiring photography subjects and […]
Sunset photos can be some of the most breathtaking photos out there. Talented photographers make good use of lighting, reflections and most importantly, timing. As the sun sets and draws closer to the horizon, the light of the sun is […]
Don’t let your fireworks photos go up in smoke!
When you’re out for a night of pyrotechnic thrill, you may want to capture something to show your family and friends. So here are a few quick tips from the Corel […]
When it comes to wedding photography ideas, it feels like every pose in the book has already been done. We hope you’ll see an idea or two you’ve never tried in the photos below. And, as you’re scrolling, keep […]
Panning is a photographic technique that combines a slow shutter speed with camera motion to create a sense of speed around a moving object. It is a way to keep your subject in focus while blurring your background.
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What is urban decay photography?
Urban decay is the process of an urban area becoming abandoned and falling into disrepair, and some might think that this type of environment wouldn’t provide any interesting photographic opportunities. But if […]
If you are a human being in 2015, you probably live, or have lived in a city. As of 2014, 54% of the world lived in an urban environment, and that number is only increasing. That means that when […]
Abstract photography is sort of a funny thing, in the history of art. Abstract painting, which generally aims not to represent any particular object, is in some ways a reaction against photography. If photographs can reproduce an image precisely, […]
Not that we really needed an excuse to post adorable puppy photos, but with it being National Puppy Day, we felt all the more inclined.
So, here goes! Ten puppy photos that are just beyond adorable.
High Key and Low Key photography make use of lighting and contrast (or lack thereof) to create a specific mood. Originally high key photography emerged as a solution for screens that could not correctly display high contrast ratios. Today […]
The term “macro photography” is used to describe photography of small objects at larger than life sizes, usually five times or more. While many folks stick to insects and flowers (understandably!) macro photography can be applied to almost anything. […]
Have you ever tried to rescue a photo with your photo-editing software only to find out that the image was way too overexposed or underexposed or the color balance is beyond hope, like the one below? This can […]