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Dear Churches, Your Photography Rules Might be Making it Harder on Both of Us

Wedding Photographer’s Open Letter to Churches. To read this article, follow the link or click the photograph: Photography Humor

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2015–08–24 14:40
Categories: Articles

Sony a7R II Teardown

Would you like to see the inner working of the hottest camera on the market? The Sony a7RII is torn down so you can see the “guts” of the camera. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photograph: Sony a7II

Posted by JAshley on Sat, 2015–08–22 08:52
Categories: Tutorials
Tags: sonya7R IITeardownMirrorlessarticleAugust 2015

6 Ways to Stay Motivated and Inspired with Your Photography

A wonderful article with some great ideas: 6 Ways to Stay Motivated and Inspired with Your Photography. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photograph: Keep Motivated and Inspired

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2015–08–20 21:02
Categories: Articles

When We've Lost Sight of the Image

Lenses, bodies, lighting, software, film, digital. Photographers can be a technical bunch. We must not forget what lies beneath the tangible, first-order details, though. To read this article, just follow the link or click the photograph: Don’t Lose Sight

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2015–08–17 21:06
Categories: Articles

Four New Resources Added to the Corner Resource Center

Unless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed FOUR new resources that were posted up over the past couple of days. Luckily for you, we have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:


Thanks to JeffColburn and legolas258 for putting these reviews/articles together for the Corner! If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2012–05–10 13:59

An Article, Tutorial & Product Review Added to the Corner Resource Center

Unless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed a couple new resources that were posted up over the past couple of days. Luckily for you, we have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:



Thanks to Randy and Lise for putting these reviews/tutorials/articles together for the Corner! If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2011–04–30 13:00

Two New Resources Added to the Corner Resource Center

SmugMugUnless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed a couple new resources that were posted up last week. Luckily for you, we have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:



If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2011–03–22 19:27

Three New Resources Added to the Corner Resource Center

Over the past week or so, we’ve added two new product reviews amd a new photography article to the Corner Resource Center. But unless you keep your eye on the Photography Resources forum or in the Corner Resource Center, you may have missed when we posted them up. Lucky for you, we’ve got your back and have the links to the new photography resources right here in the Corner Blog:


Thanks to Michelle, Will and Michael for adding these resources to the Corner Resource Center. If you want to submit a review, article or tutorial to the Corner Resource Center, check out this thread for details on how to write and submit your own resources.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2010–11–10 01:13

Two New Resources in the Corner Resource Center

Just a quick note to let you know that we posted a new article and new product review in the Corner Resource Center yesterday. Unless you keep a watchful eye on the Photography Resources forum, it’s sometimes easy to miss when new resources are added (thus this handy little blog post).

Here’s what we added last night:


Thanks for putting those together, Randy & Michelle! Have an article, tutorial or product review you want to add to the Corner Resource Center? Here are some tips on writing and submitting them.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2010–06–23 16:26

Corner Resource Center Additions: An Article, Tutorial & Product Review

One of the most popular sections of PhotographyCorner is the Corner Resources Center (which can be found by clicking the “resources” tab in the menu up above this post). It’s home to hundreds of photography articles, tutorials and product reviews written mostly by members of the Corner (other photographers just like you!).

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2010–03–30 02:10

More Tutorials (and 1 Article) Added to the Corner Resource Center

In my continuing effort to get caught up on the backlog of submitted articles, tutorials and product reviews for the Corner Resource Center, I happily point your attention to the latest resources satisfyingly checked off my to-do list. In addition to the 5 new tutorials and three reviews & two articles that we posted last week, below are 3 more tutorials and 1 article written by Lee123, Erik Bernskiold, Mike Neale and squirl033.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2009–09–10 22:44

Tips for Photographing Wildlife Article Added to Corner Resource Center

Just a quick note to let you know a great new article has been added to the Corner Resource Center. Tips for Photographing Wildlife by JeremyT is a great article, featuring 11 photographs, with various tips on photographing animals both in the wild and in captivity. The article includes tips on zoos, safaris, “little things,” the unusual, the golden hour, where to focus, backdrops, and sunsets. Read the full article here, then feel free to discuss it in the forums (link). Thanks for the great article, JeremyT!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2008–09–01 21:37

Corner Resource Center Catch-Up #3

As I slow make progress catching up adding articles, tutorials and product reviews to the Corner Resource Center, I’ll keep you posted on the blog. I decided, before I write the May Newsletter, I’d do 3 more resources (so the newsletter might not go out until late tonight, or some time tomorrow). We have an article, a tutorial and a product review to keep you busy for a while.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2008–05–14 16:18

Articles By Amy: How To Shoot Waterfalls

If you’ve ever photographed a waterfall you’ll understand why people go back again and again and shoot them. When I lived in Victoria, Australia, I would take a trip for a day or a weekend and shoot many shots of Stevenson’s Falls. If you are fortunate to live near the Rockies in Canada or the USA then you will have a fantastic time applying what I am about to show you through some handy techniques.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sun, 2008–02–10 00:46
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: Why External Flash Units Are So Good

It can sound a little odd that someone wants to buy an external flash when there is a flash already on the camera. So why would this be? The secret appeal to use an external flash is their flexibility in their use. They are highly versatile. You can use them with any camera. As opposed to a fixed position, the external flash is more adaptability. They can work with just about any dSLR.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2008–02–09 21:10
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: The Secret To Enhancing Colour In Your Digital Photography

It’s quite an extraordinary thing, colour. It can enhance or diminish emotion in a digital photo. It’s really that powerful. Yet working with colour, it can assist the photographer to emphasize, dramatize or detract from a certain feeling in a digital photograph. Its funny that colour can impact our senses to such a degree. When there is the absence or presence of certain colours we can feel a certain level and depth of emotion.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2008–02–09 18:18
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: Photographing the Moon

A few weeks ago we experienced an uncommon, celestial event. This was when our moon turned “red”. If you didn’t catch it you certainly missed out on an amazing, humbling scene. It was one of the most beautiful things in nature I have ever seen.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2008–02–09 17:57
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: A Few Extra Things You May Not Have Thought Of When Doing Portrait Photography

If you have ever been interested in taking peoples portraits then listen up, because I’ve got some handy tips and advice to share with you. In my five years of photography experience I have learnt one thing about taking someone’s portrait. I’ve learnt that successful portrait photography hinges on your ability as the photography to bring out the absolute best in someone. We’ll go into lighting and the “gear” in just a minute, but I want to draw your attention to the fact that portrait photography depends on the interaction you have with the person.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Fri, 2007–11–23 19:40
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles by Amy: How To Get The Best From Your Travel Photography

It’s been a while since we’ve had an Articles By Amy blog post - my fault, not Amy’s. Over the next week, I’ve got half a dozen or so that I’ll be posting up (hopefully). Here’s the first one:

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Fri, 2007–11–16 19:37
Categories: Articles By Amy

The Nature of Photography: Feature Photographs

Feature photography is a style often attributed to photojournalists, but used by many other types of photographers. The essence of the style is to capture candid shots of real life that provoke an emotional response. When included in a newspaper or magazine, the pictures often stand alone, so they must tell the story with little to no text.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2007–07–30 14:29
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