Top 5 Free Essential Photography Courses that will make you Shoot like a Genius

Top 5 Free Essential Photography Courses that will make you Shoot like a Genius

So you just bought your new camera. Now what? Yes, you have your camera’s manual, but anyone can tell you that is just not enough. What do you do? A photography course can be expensive, especially when you’ve just started life on your own. That’s exactly why you’re in need for our Top 5 Free Essential Photography Courses that will make you Shoot like a Genius!   We’ve made a terrible mistake. After our first post about a short history of photography, we’ve jumped into food photography tips, without talking about the beginning. Before you can master those tips, it’s

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5 Awesome Food Photography Secrets you need to know

5 Awesome Food Photography Secrets you need to know

Everyone knows that the most important thing to a food blogger is a perfect photo, the one that draws everyone in and makes you smell the food through your monitor. But how do you go from zero to hero as a new photographer? Here are 5 awesome food photography secrets you desperately need to know, told by experts.   Because we care about helping you improve your skills, these following tips and tricks will bring you closer to achieve your food photography goals in no time! You don’t have to believe us, you have to believe them, the food bloggers.

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Photography: a Short History and Why you need to care about it

Photography: a Short History and Why you need to care about it

Photography is all around us, and we’re so lucky to carry a camera with us everywhere, in our pockets. But where did it all start? Here’s a short history of photography, and why you need to care about it.   I tried to put off starting the photography series for as much as I could because I couldn’t figure out how to start it. Then, it hit me. From the beginning.   So, let’s get started! The History of Photography Antiquity The idea of photography started when Greek and Chinese philosophers discovered two important principles: the one of “camera obscura”

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