"Who Else Wants to Take Jaw-Dropping Gorgeous Photographs -- And Avoid the Common Digital Photography Frustrations?"
See how easily you can take your photography to the next level by learning the digital photography tips, techniques and even secrets of world class photographers.
Whether you're interested in taking better nature photographs, the secrets to perfect exposure, how to earn money by selling your photos as stock photography, or how to take better pictures of your kids, you'll find valuable digital photography tips during our new weekly "7 Photo Questions" Podcast.
Hi, my name is Audri Lanford, and I'm passionate about digital photography. To help fire that passion within you, I'm interviewing many of the world's top photographers during my weekly podcast.
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In Tom Kirkendall's skilled hands, even a toy like the Holga camera yields fascinating results -- and in this interview, he's ready and willing to share his secrets. Whether you're an old hand with inexpensive film cameras or the whole concept is brand new, you'll come away with interesting hints, tips, and ideas to improve your work.
If you've ever wondered about the Holga camera or other inexpensive point-and-shoot models, Tom Kirkendall is the photographer for you. Throughout his interview, he explains when and why you'd want to use this infamously flawed toy camera -- and exactly how to get the most out of the experience.
You might think of the Holga camera as a brilliant mistake -- a low quality, toy-type camera whose flaws produce such interesting results that they've captured the interest of photographers worldwide. Tom Kirkendall is one such photographer. He produces extremely impressive works of art that celebrate the Holga's so-called problems.
Professional photographers Christina Handley and Laura Cotterman share their passion for and tips about equestrian photography in the conclusion to their interview. For any horse enthusiasts out there, it's an interview you won't want to miss.
Love horses, all things horses, but your equestrian photography just isn't turning out right? Then you're going to love the conclusion to our interview with professional photographers and equine enthusiasts Laura Cotterman and Christina Handley since they're sharing their knowledge and expertise on the subject right here.
Capturing sharp images in equestrian photography isn't a simple trot around the track. It takes practice, a good eye, and a few of the excellent tips and tricks that Laura and Christina share in their 7 Photography Questions interview.
Horse lovers and professional photographers Christina Handley and Laura Cotterman join us to share their tips, tricks, ideas and personal stories about equestrian photography.
In this second part of his interview, Ken goes into greater detail about expedition photography, from dealing with cost to the cultural niceties of working with indigenous people. If you've always had a penchant for adventure and you love photography, this is one podcast you won't want to miss.
In the second part of our interview, Ken Parker reveals his personal secrets of expedition photography. He will revolutionize your views on nature photos, demonstrating that you too can set out on this sort of adventure.