Animal photography. Pets are part of the family. They have a character of their own and we can hardly ask them to pose. Guest blogger Ralf Turtschi knows all about it and will show you how to do it.
Street art: People and their works. How to skilfully combine great street photography with street art. Ralf Turtschi has a few tips for you.
Want to use light and shadow in photography for purposeful effect? With these suggestions from guest blogger Andri Laukas, you’re sure to become a master of using light to your advantage.
These tips and tricks will help you take great pictures of your children at home and surprise their grandparents with a Holiday greeting in the post.
Is your Christmas present lacking something special, a finishing touch? We have fantastic templates for Christmas photo stickers.
The right light can turn an everyday picture into something very special. Here, I will show you how you can use atmospheric backlit shots to showcase your baby belly perfectly, and what to look out for when taking backlit shots.
A photo calendar for the whole family. The Angelones show us how they present their family highlights in a calendar quickly and easily.
The sentimental value of a picture can be enormous. Family photographer Sarah Menzi does not just know how to take a good photo, she also knows how to display them cleverly for her customers or in her studio. In this blog post, Sarah shows you her studio and her ideas.
Anyone who takes extraordinary outdoor photos knows it: it's not that easy. Careful research and planning as well as the appropriate equipment are essential. Read our article to find out what is important and what you need to consider.
Designing a photo book is a great opportunity to look back at your experiences and relive your impressions of them. Memories for the whole family. Normally we find it’s the parents who create photo books. Not so with the Angelones. Their kids have been budding photographers ever since they were small and are already creating their own photo books. Read the blog post to see just how easy creating a photo book can be.
Which is better: RAW or JPG? Cameras give the option of saving image files as JPEGs or as raw data. Most of those interested will have come across the terms already. But which is best ...? Opinions are split. Professional photographer Ralf Turtschi's blog post explains the differences and where to use them best.
There will always be situations where certain parts of a photo are not as good as you’d like them to be. Sometimes too dark, sometimes too little contrast. Get more out of your photos. Use these tricks to effectively optimise your images.