Ready to capture the beautiful change of seasons? Check out our roundup of tips and tricks below. Brush up on your macro skills, start a new photography project or plan a fun trip to photograph beautiful fall foliage. Continue reading →
In collaboration with Skip Cohen University, we’re excited to bring you the 12th episode in our podcast – The ProShow Spotlight Series. Every month, we share advice from some of our very best artists and business people in photography today. Each new episode has one primary purpose, to help you build a stronger business. Continue reading →
Have you ever taken that back road home, took an outdoor trip, and just wanted to capture the beautiful scenery? Learn to capture some amazing landscape shots with our roundup of helpful tips, blogs, inspiration and more below.
Get up close and personal with the little things around you. Seeing the world from a different point of view is pretty amazing and macro photography helps us do just that.
Check out a roundup of macro photography blogs, tips, and inspiration. Included are stunning photo galleries, workshops, photography tips and more. Continue reading →
Today is Nature Photography Day! To celebrate, we’ve rounded up 10 inspirational nature photography blogs. These blogs include tips and tricks, e-books, galleries, workshops, and lists of breathtaking locations to photograph.
So grab your camera and take an outdoor adventure. Capture nature, wildlife, landscapes, and all the beauty around you. Look back on your adventures and relive the moments by creating a ProShow slideshow. Continue reading →
- Backgrounds matter in photographs of birds – they matter a lot: More than almost any other type of photography, backgrounds are crucial for bird photographers. For flight shots, autofocus is much easier against a clean blue sky or calm water than against foliage or rocks. For perched shots, smooth, contrasting-color, backgrounds help make your subject pop. Remember that blue sky and water also make for easiest exposures. And for those shots where you want to give your audience a sense of a bird’s habitat, make sure the bird is naturally situated with enough distinguishing characteristics to identify the background, but not obscure the bird.