Ten Tricks to Optimize Your Camera’s Features

Here are ten tricks you can use to optimize your camera by using features you didn’t know about or didn’t know how they worked! These menu images apply to a Canon T2i, but any Canon or even Nikon DSLR will have similar options within its own menus. 1....

The Elements of Art – Tone

Click here to pre-order an Elements of Art in Photography physical book! (Discount for bulk orders) Black and white photography is completely dependent upon tone. Tone is the various amounts of light and dark in a photo. More contrast means more tones. Color...

The Elements of Art – Shape

Click here to pre-order an Elements of Art in Photography physical book! (Discount for bulk orders) The fourth element of art is shape. Shape is a two dimensional area formed by the other elements of art. The photo below is an excellent example of the element of line...

The Elements of Art – Color

Last time we discussed the element of line and how it is used to better your photography. This article will cover the element of color. Color is another way of adding interest and contrast to a photograph. The primary colors of red, blue, and yellow can be mixed...

The Elements of Art – Line

Click here to pre-order an Elements of Art in Photography physical book! (Discount for bulk orders) The next element of art that can be used to improve your photography is line. Line is created by shapes, edges of shapes, differences in tone, or anything that makes...

The Elements of Art – Texture

The first of the seven elements of art that I will go over is texture. Texture, like the other elements is used to give interest and draw the attention of your viewer’s eye. Macro Texture in a macro shot can get really intriguing. When you get REALLy close to a...