sunset behind the moutains

Sunrise Sunset

If you're the kind of photographer who doesn't like closed spaces (a.k.a studios) and prefer to shoot outside, than natural light is your raw material. The challenging part is to search for it, understand it and use it to make the picture that is "the one". Searching for the perfect light is no easy task … Continue reading Sunrise Sunset

Nativity scene

Things I learned with the “Twelve days of Christmas project”

As I look back at the 12 photos I shared about Christmas I realize they could be better or they could be different. Anyway I think I managed to achieve my goal with the project which was to learn: 1. Finding twelve things to shoot about Christmas wasn't as easy as I thought It would … Continue reading Things I learned with the “Twelve days of Christmas project”

pop-up flash

Shooting better portraits with the pop-up flash

The Christmas season is the time for dinners, parties and family meetings. For anyone with a camera this means portraits. To be a bit more specific, low light portraits. With a point and shoot we're pretty much stuck with the built-in flash while with a DSLR we can adjust our ISO so the sensor can … Continue reading Shooting better portraits with the pop-up flash

Seven photography articles to start the week

I have a big problem with lazyness and procrastination: I make plans, I write list of goals, I mindmap my dreams but when the time comes I keep pushing the opportunity further away from me. (I don't remember being like this when I was growing up!) This has been happening specially with my learning and … Continue reading Seven photography articles to start the week