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.
Light is everything – and there is a good reason for that. When you look at things closely, light actually is everything. So, for a photographer, how you handle light is essential. The ability to read light and use it in photography is one of the most important skills. The professionals at Journey Glimpse have some tips for you.
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.
The art of seeing. Photography – without a doubt the most beautiful art form. Photography is about much more than technique – and this brings us full circle to the art behind it. Ultimately, it’s about how the photographer sees the world. Journey Glimpse is here to give you tips in this respect.
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.
Whether it’s DIY herb garden, balcony make-over or garden beautification - capture your progress in a Photo book. Here are some great design ideas!
With just a few simple objects, you can create very atmospheric or even funny photos. And you don't need an extensively equipped studio or an expensive camera to do so. You'll be amazed at what you can create in your own home or just outside your front door. Journey Glimpse will show you how to do it!
A photo book with a difference: Five tips for designing an art book. Martina Bisaz shows you how to do it!
A photo book does not absolutely have to contain photos – you can also arrange it as a journal. As in the example of this garden diary, for example, which is made using a photo book Spiral.
Graphics, concepts, goals: The adhesive photo poster can be used in a variety of ways in a job or a club.