How to Quickly Master Underwater Photography Skills

If you're reading this guide, you probably want to improve your photography. In addition to diving more and practicing, I wanted to touch on the subject of some useful ways to improve your photography. One of the best ways, is to compare photos with others more experienced than you, taken at the same location. Why are there photos better than yours? Was it a different time of day? Location? Subjects? Did they do more research? Use different equipment? Have more patience? Use a different composition or lighting? Did they pre-arrange to use a friend as a model? Have a better guide? Were they more familiar with the dive site? Or did they just have better luck?

The Most Popular Types of Photography, Which One Do You Prefer?

The best thing about being a beginner and aspiring photographer is that you are free to explore virtually every photography niche there is. Fashion, photojournalism, sports, events—armed with a camera, you can try it all out and improve your skill at the same time. But as you gain more experience in photography, you’ll find that it’s hard to master a specific style if you don’t stick to it. In fact, it may be the very thing that could be holding you back from being successful in a particular niche. In this article, we’ll help you understand some of the most popular niches in photography, what they’re like, and how you can excel in each of them.

Wildlife Photography with a Short Telephoto Lens

If it isn’t obvious from the photos I share on Photography Life, the camera equipment I use makes it quite clear: I am not a wildlife photographer. In fact, my longest lens weighs in at 105mm — nowhere near the super-telephotos used by most wildlife pros. However, although I rarely seek out wildlife opportunities, animals do not avoid me. I have been fortunate enough to see everything from whales to reindeer while taking pictures, and I’ve learned some tips for photographing wildlife with a short telephoto lens along the way.

The Best Photo Studio Box For Product Display

With time goes by, photography is not only popular for people and landscape. Microscopic product image display becomes a point. Lightweight, portable, ultimate, whatever you can’t imaged before. Today, we will show you some hot spots at recent months.

The DJI Osmo Pocket Feels Like the Camcorder of the Future

When it comes to cameras in 2019, the battle has become providing something that a smartphone camera can’t, and the Osmo Pocket does that. The stabilization feels like magic, and the self-contained package made me bring it more places than I do with my smartphone gimbal. And at the end of the day, the camera you actually take with you is the one you want.