The World Trade Center has been part of Camilo José Vergara‘s life since 1970. That was the year the Chilean-born photographer moved to New York, and the year he began what has grown into a 51-year commitment to photographing the site, from the construction of the twin 110-story
The Photography Show is just around the corner – and there are plenty of exciting talks to experience at the event. Based at the NEC in Birmingham from 18-21 September, the Photography Show will feature a whole host of inspirational photographers and videographers who will be sharing their favorite tips
When executed correctly, backlighting can be a great technique to add to your photography skill set. It involves illuminating the primary subject from the back. This might seem to contradict everything we’ve been taught about lighting in photos, but after reading this article, you’ll understand why it’s such a popular
Now we are well into September it’s a great time of year to shoot misty landscapes. As cold air moves over moist, dewy terrain after a clear cloudless night, some of the water evaporates into the air, which then cools and condenses – causing fog and mist
One of the most common myths in photography and art, in general, is that some things are wrong and others are right. This creates a notion that some art is worse than other art. If this were true, the world would never go beyond a predefined concept of art.
It has never been easier to photograph the moon, thanks to the advent of digital camera technology. This familiar sight in our skies – our nearest neighbor in space – is a great object to start with if you’re a beginner looking to get into the wider universe of astrophotography.