Photography tutorial for experienced photographers

Photography as a profession and a hobby is an incredibly broad topic that encompasses a remarkable range of subjects ranging from science to art.

There is always more to learn, no matter where you are on the professional spectrum.

We spent countless hours scouring the web for the best content to share with you, and today we’ll assist you in expanding your knowledge.

Celebrity photo shoots

Celebrity photo shoots a regular occurance here at MarkMeets, from events we are invited to for press besides premieres, music fetsivals and more for magazines plus our network of websites. Photo shoots as a way to showcase celebrities and their latest projects.

Photography Composition Rules

“There are many composition guidelines which can be applied in almost any situation, to enhance the impact of a scene. Below are ten of the most popular and most widely respected composition rules.”

Take Low Light Photos Like a Professional

“Low light photography can be a lot of fun. And you don’t need to trade your soul for an expensive camera to do it. You just need to have one that has some manual setting options. I’m focusing on digital here, but I think most of what I’m going to talk about will apply to film cameras too.”

Photography Tutorial: Get the Right Light

“When shooting portraits, good lighting is all-important. To make sure you have it, you can buy expensive lighting rigs and multiple flash units. Or you can spend a few bucks and carry just the right mix of sun and clouds in your pack.”

Portable Lighting for the Studio and on Location

“In this lesson, we decided to keep things very simple and just illustrate some uses of this one simple shoe mount flash lighting kit, the XS OctoDome nxt Basic Kit with Grids, for both indoor and outdoor portraits.”

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Paul McDonald
Paul McDonald
Photo Editor

Paul is a freelance photograher and graphic designer and has worked on our most recent media kit.


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