How to photograph graffiti

How to photograph graffiti

How to photograph graffiti     This is going to be a small tutorial on shooting graffiti, based on my experience with shooting many graffiti artists at festivals or when they are working on the street. The actual photography part of shooting graffiti artists is easy,...
Concert Photography Lesson 7

Concert Photography Lesson 7

Concert Photography Lesson 7   All the lessons up until now were all about what you should do at a concert or festival, today we are going to look at what you should not be doing at a shot. Some of this may sound pretty common sense but I have seen all of the things...
Memory Card Management

Memory Card Management

Memory Card Management     Memory card management is something simple for some photographers and something completely alien to others. Being a pro shooter or even an advanced amateur photographer means that you will generate a large amount of data, and having a good...
How to shoot a festival with no pass

How to shoot a festival with no pass

How to shoot a festival with no pass     Before I start, I have to say that all the photos used in this blog post were shot with no pass at music festivals.     What came first, the chicken or the egg? What to get a photo pass, you need a portfolio, to get a music...
Raw vs JPEG

Raw vs JPEG

Raw vs JPEG     Why Shoot Raw? Why not shoot JPEG? These are the questions that have divided photographers for many years now. On the one hand, if you are a pro, you got your editors who want images as soon as possible while many amateurs don’t want to do all...
How to clean your lens

How to clean your lens

How to clean your lens       Cleaning the front element of the lens is the controversial part and it is where all the arguments start with photographers.  So before we start on how to clean the front element, let’s look at what you will need to clean the front...
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