Legal Urban Exploration: 7 Tips for Visiting Abandonments

Tips for Urban Photography Urban Exploration and photography is a lot of fun, but responsible adults might not be thrilled by the idea of getting caught. In many historical abandonments, urbexers are more likely to get a ticket than fall through the floor. And anyway, who can enjoy an abandoned building while worrying about the cops? Fortunately,…

The Art and Fine Art Tips of Lori McNee

How To Take Photos Of Your Artwork Like A Pro Once you have finished your artwork, the next logical step is to create a digital copy that you can store in your computer. This is done so you can share your work online with other artists for comments or print it out to be included…

Improving Your Photographic Composition

5 PHOTOGRAPHY COMPOSITION TIPS, including 70+ examples with Michelle Doherty Photography This fast-paced tutorial demonstrates 5 different way to improve your photographic composition.  #1. The rule of thirds (and breaking it while still finding balance within the frame) View Video here:

Black and White Photography

25 Best Black and White Photography examples and Tips for Beginners Black and White Photography: Black and white, often abbreviated B/W or B&W, is a term referring to a number of monochrome forms in visual arts. They combine black and white in a continuum producing a range of shades of gray. Further, many prints, especially…

Last of the Dinosaurs

Charles Wheeler got his degree from Brooks Institute of Photography. After many years on the West coast working as a photo editor for a large publication, he moved back to his hometown in Kansas where her met the love of his life and future business partner, yours truly. We opened our studio fifteen years ago…

How Much Are Your Pictures?

Answer A: $29.95 ?, $49.95 ?, $79.95 ? Answer B: Priceless ? We all get the question, the only question most customers know to ask, “How much?” The problem comes when we fail to educate our clients on the fact that we really aren’t dealing with a commodity like a pair of Adidas tennis shoes…

ISOLATE to Make the Subject Stand Out

 Paul Wingler, Master Photographic Craftsman, first received a Certificate of Graduation from the New York Institute of Photography in 1987. Today, Paul continues to teach, lecture and judge throughout the United States and South and Central America. His work takes him into remote areas of South and Central America, where he continues to photograph the…