Happy weekend, everyone! We are sharing 20 photography tips and tricks with you today. These tips are great for beginners or professionals; there’s something for everyone! Let’s get started with these jumping photo techniques. We love these!
If you’re serious about uping your photography game check out our DSLR Basics e-course.
Make your own photo filters with transparencies and your favorite colored markers.
These 5 tips will help you take the best photos of your home whether you are using an iPhone or a DSLR camera.
Brave the cold and learn some simple tips for taking the best photos during the winter months.
Often, those in-between moments are the best times to capture a photo. Use these tips for capturing emotion.
Learn how to personalize photos with your own handwriting.
We use A Color Story Desktop to edit the photos you see in our blog posts. We created them earlier this year, and we love using them!
If you have a desire to learn how to use Photoshop like a pro check out our Photoshop for Bloggers e-course.
An iPhone camera remote is the perfect way to capture moments if someone else isn’t around to do it for you! Like selfies… 🙂
This guide takes you through different prime lenses and focal lengths so you can improve your photography skills and find the best lenses to purchase if you’re in the market.
Sometimes capturing little everyday moments can result in some of the most treasured photos. Learn Elsie’s tips for lifestyle photography.
We love our pets and photograph them all the time. Sometimes it can be hard to get the best photo, especially with hyper dogs! 🙂 Use these tips for pet photography to get the best shots.
Some of the most beautiful photos are taken soon before sunset. Learn how to use sun flares and backlights to your advantage.
Learn how to make product collages for your blog!
Try this free-lensing technique if you have a camera with removable lenses.
It can be difficult to find the best lighting when taking outdoor photos. These tips are super helpful!
Let’s switch gears for a minute. Learn what not to do when taking photos. These are common mistakes that we’ve all made!
Let’s talk gear! Here’s our favorite camera, lenses, and more.
What kind of tips or techniques would you like us to teach you in the future? Let us know in the comments!
xo. -The ABM Team