When you travel by car, you know it’s important to stay in your lane — to stay within the lines. And when you travel by train, trolley, or metro, you trust that these vehicles, too, will stay on the lines. Lines are useful — they provide order and forward motion. And they are, it turns […]
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It’s true — if you can make your photographs more distinctive, you’ll make them more saleable. There are millions of pictures of the Eiffel Tower for sale, for instance, so if you want yours to stand out among them, you’ll have to find a distinctive way of shooting the Eiffel Tower. Framing is one way […]
It seems we had a slight technical glitch earlier this month, which prevented all the photo- challenge entries from posting properly on our website. But I checked today, and lots are posted now under this month’s theme, “Hospitality and Welcome.” (My apologies if you panicked when I mentioned last week that few images had been […]
Photo Composition Tip: Shooting at Eye Level If you can make your photographs more unique, you’ll make them more salable too. And one way to do that is to change your “perspective,” your angle. You see, most people tend to photograph from their everyday perspective. In other words, they stand with their feet shoulder width apart […]
Here’s some advice you can use no matter what kind of picture you’re taking, from family photos to cityscapes. Simply remove clutter from your photographs!