The word “Boke” was first used by Japanese photographers to describe the aesthetic quality of the blur in their images. The term Bokeh was introduced to the rest of the world by an American photography magazine in 1997, the “h” … Continue reading What is bokeh?
Ever wondered how wildlife photographers capture fast running cheetahs in their photographs so clearly? It all comes down to mastering the art of high speed photography. High speed photography is a technique that enables you to capture objects in motion … Continue reading High Speed Photography – Are You Fast Enough?
The savvy photographers out there will know the importance of using social media to promote and share their work. One of the best social media-style sites you can use to for photography promotion is Tumblr. This website allows users to … Continue reading How to Create Tumblr Themes From Photography
The Rule of Thirds is a term that photographers often use when describing the best way to make up a composition, but what is it and how does it work? Here we will explain the ins and outs of the … Continue reading Understanding the “ins and outs” of the “rule of thirds”
A simple view of the exposure triangle The above info graphic is aimed at new photographers and is brought to you by Cafetography. Continue reading The Exposure Triangle