Are there any photography challenges that actually help you improve your craft? I see a lot of photo challenges that emphasizes taking a picture every day for a year, every week, etc. What does that actually do for you? In this article, we’ll help you understand what you should expect from a photography challenge and […]
Knowing When to Ignore Color Creates Stronger Photos Should your photos be in Color or Black & White? Knowing when to ignore color can help you create stronger photos by embracing the mood or emotion needed to tell your story. Sometimes color is a distraction. Eliminating color can simplify your photos to reveal an entirely […]
Is Black and White Overrated or Just Overused? Thank you for listening to episode 26 of The Photo Flunky Show – Is Black and White Photography Overrated? This is a rebroadcast of episode 26. We’ve all seen some really great black and white photography, but is it necessary or useful in a modern age? After all, every […]
What is Your Travel Photography Style? Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show. We appreciate you and have some tips about developing your travel photography style. What does that mean? Your style is your own preference and unique way of composing a photograph. Yes, you can take a snapshot and than can be […]
The dominance of color in photography is a key tool to use in the psychology your viewer. Color makes people feel emotions. I have a tendency to prefer color photos. More accurately, I love strong colors. Color contrast, color symmetry or color complements. So when and why would, or should, you use black and white in […]
The photos we like best are the ones that evoke our emotions. We’ll take a look at three ways to create a mood in portrait photography.