Photography Basics: Macro Photography

A lot of people have started close-up photography lately as you don’t need to travel for it, you have a whole new world of images right where you are now. You don’t even have to move anywhere to take a good macro photography shot, you can do it at home…


Gurushot Series: Part II

This is part II of the Gurushots series. In the first part, I covered all the basics but sprinkled in some tips & tricks as well. …


Gurushot Series: Part I

I have been playing with Gurushots on and off for a while now, and wanted to tell you how it works, my experiences, some tips & tricks, and what I love and hate about it.

If you are not familiar with Gurushots, I would describe it as a social media…


Basic Photography Series: Exposure Triangle — final part

This is now the last part of the series about that ominous thing called ‘Exposure Triangle’. It helps if you understand Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO to get the most out of this article, as I will not explain these concepts in detail, but talk about how they all three…


BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES: EXPOSURE TRIANGLE PART III

Make some noise!

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

If you are as old as I am and grew up in Germany (as I did), then you would come across something called DIN, which film manufacturer used to describe how light sensitive their films were. …


Photography Technique: Focus Stacking

When you are doing macro photography, the benefit is you can find heaps of subjects in your garden (if you have one) or around where you live. No need to pay for a trip to Iceland or Paris or New York. Great macro opportunities are everywhere.

My guess is that…


PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES: TECHNIQUES

When I am walking in the nearby park at lunchtime, I am always searching for ways to create new images from ordinary objects. When there are no sweeping landscapes and grand architecture to point your camera at, you have to be more resourceful to create unusual images. …


Photography: Club Photography

When I joined a photo club several years ago, I didn’t know how clubs are organized in New Zealand (where I live) or anywhere in the world.

New Zealand

I slowly got an understanding that we have local clubs, regions (which is a more geographic boundary than a legal entity), and a…


Photography Series: Techniques

Our local photo club had a field trip to the beach last week. We are lucky to live close by; it is only 1km from the club rooms we normally use for our meetings. The images we were about to create were not the typical beach images. No waves or…


Basic Photography Series: Exposure Triangle Part II

Let’s have a look at the second part of the “exposure triangle” to get some more photography foundation laid: Shutter Speed. We already learned about Aperture in Part I of the series:

Part III will be an upcoming article about ISO, and then we have all parts together.

So, let’s…

Frithjof Moritzen

Photographer, Digital Artist, Photography Club Enthusiast https://GlobalPhotoClub.com

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