Category: Photo Tips

Is It Bad Luck to Take Pictures of Graves? (Plus the Cemetery Photography Etiquette)

Tell you what: People have been photographing cemeteries for decades. The practice has become more popular in recent years, fuelled by the rise of social media, and there are now numerous photographers who work at graveyards realizing their artistic vision. (I found this to be quite surprising, but maybe that’s because I’m one of the

What is Therapeutic Photography? Is Photography Good for Mental Health?

Therapeutic photography and mental health: What are the benefits of photography and can it help with stress, anxiety and depression? Let’s face it: These days, more and more people are suffering from mental illnesses due to stress, anxiety and many other contributing factors. While this has become a normal scenario in most countries, it is

5 Best Monitor Calibration Tools 2021 (For Photographers, Designers, and Editors)

Welcome to my list of the best monitor calibrators for photographers in 2021! Tell you what: As photographers, you will most likely spend half of your time reviewing and editing your photos, and this is a reality we can’t deny. In fact, this tedious post processing activity is very crucial in achieving your desired results.

How to Start A Career in Photography in 2021? (Without Any Professional Training)

Today’s topic: How to start a career in photography in 2021? (Whatever genre you’re into, from scratch, without any experience or education) Look: For certain people, the sound of a shutter is the most pleasant thing in the world. Now, more often than not, the work as a photographer is associated with romanticism, easy money, and a bohemian

What is Rembrandt Lighting in Film and Photography?

What is Rembrandt lighting and how is it used in photography? (Guide) Most people are familiar with the famous 17th Century painter, draughtsman, and printmaker, Rembrandt. Born in the Netherlands in 1609, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn grew to be one of the most prolific, creative artists of all time. His work entailed extreme details, most often picturing