Photography projects have the power to do more than just tell a story; they can change lives, like Club Sanaa is doing in Tanzania.
Today is the final class in my six-week PhotoUno Photography II course in New York City, and the focus is effectively using Bulb Mode and understanding the difference between shooting in RAW and JPEG. My instructor for the day isn’t […]
“When you have a tricky lighting situation, it can be hard to get the details in the highlights and the shadows. Two alternatives you may use are neutral density filters and bracketing.” Today in my Photography II class — taken […]
“Through experience you’ll learn what to expect in certain places and situations. For example, in Grand Central Terminal you know you’ll see a lot of movement, people annoyed because they’re running late, emotions as people say goodbye.” In this week’s […]
In my mind, I had always viewed flash as the devil, making photos look over exposed with unnatural looking light; however, after my last Photography II Class— taken at New York City’s PhotoUno Photography School — I learned flash can […]
While in last week’s Photography II class — taught by New York City’s PhotoUno Photography School — we learned about how our cameras are calibrated to set the exposure meter to 13% gray, this week we’ll be taking things a […]
“Hello. My name is Jessica and I am a travel and lifestyle photographer. Through this class I hope to learn how to take everyday objects and make them more compelling.” I’m at my first official PhotoUno photography class — aside […]
For those with a DSLR — or Digital Single Lens Reflex — in auto mode, it’s time to learn how to take the pictures YOU want, not the ones your camera wants. In partnership with PhotoUno in New York City […]