Check out the best photo tips for new photographers. We make it easy to learn your camera in no time. Check out these how to and tricks of the trade.
Start here is you want to use your Point and Shoot to get so great pics of your family, want to know the best time of day to take pictures, or the best way to compose an image.
Want to nab that killer action shot? Click on this link to see how you can get sports shots with your Point and Shoot camera. Learn how to capture skateboarders in the air, separate a subject from the background, and waiting for the right moment.
Capturing the beauty of snowflakes is easier than you think if you follow a few simple steps. Read the articles above if you want to try your hand at photographing those beautiful little crystals that disappear quickly.
Don’t you just love the pics the foodies take? They make everything look so good. Read on to find out the tricks of the trade. Learn how to make natural light work for you, simplify your background, and capture food in the raw.
Graduation is just around the corner. Learn how to capture those pics like a pro with the right equipment and the right settings.
Landscapes can be serine or they can be fully of energy. Learn how to make the most of your travels by learning basic photographic rules, exposing the image correctly, and learning to balance the landscape.
Are you ready for the beach? Check out this how to article before heading there. Just a few simple tips can yield some awesome images. Learn how to pick interesting locations, choose the best times of the day, and how to use your flash to make backlit pictures pop.
Animals can be more fun to photograph than any other living thing, but they can also be challenging and unpredictable. Learn how to take fantastic imagery of man’s best friend or beasts in the wild with some simple steps.
Now that you’ve taken all of those great images it’s time to organize them so they don’t get lost in a sea of digital files. Check out this how to article which explains the best way to manage your files.
If you already know all of these tips, hang on. We have whole set of tips for enthusiasts and pros coming soon!