Some fantastic street photography tips and techniques from PhotoRadar.
“Make the most of the city with your digital camera – 3 of the biggest names in street photography, David Solomons, Matt Stuart, and Nick Turpin offer their advice…
Fantastic street photographs are readily available in every public space, but over-familiarity with our environment means we often miss out on special moments and scenes unfolding in front of us. These tips will help you see those decisive moments and learn to trust your instincts.”
Read the full article here.
Photography by Matt Stuart.
I’m a massive fan of the G10, especially for street photography. One of the coolest features for me are the two custom settings on the dial, this has made it so incredibly easy for me to get shooting in the streets at a moments notice, knowing that all my settings are exactly as I need them.
Here is a great article from another G10 street shooter with his views and setup for shooting street with the Canon G10.
Andrew Gibson has a fantastic guide to converting your photos to black and white. Each technique provides a slightly different result. If you’re into black and white photography, or you’re interested in learning the various ways of converting to black and white in Photoshop, then you should find this article very helpful indeed. Enjoy!
Well you know I’m a massive fan of interesting styles of photography and image capturing/production techniques. So it was to great excitement during the course of my daily internet explorations that I came across this great guide to lunar photography. Shooting the moon correctly can be a very challenging pursuit for photographers, but with the right gear and an understanding of shooting at night, it is something very achievable to us all. This guide covers both film and digital techniques. Hope you enjoy!
HDR photography techniques are still very highly sort after, it’s a fine line to tread when working with high dynamic range. Some photographers utilise HDR as a means to correctly represent what they are seeing through the viewfinder, while others see it as a great chance to create something much more surreal or illustrative rather than photographic.
Here is a great article to give you all the ins and outs of HDR photography.
5 classes / 3 hours per class / 1 class per week
In this hands-on beginners’ short course you will learn how to process film, make contact proofs and be introduced to the magic of the B&W darkroom by Workshop tutor, Michael Waite. You will also learn how to correctly expose your film, analyse your negatives and select images for printing or scanning. Emphasis will be placed on producing a quality scan so you may output a digital print.