Rob Cross has taken his wildlife photography to levels beyond most of us. His portfolio features kingfishers, stags in the morning light, jumping squirrels, owls, etc. Animals that are on most wildlife photographers to-do list, but that we rarely get a chance to capture. Photography-RAW got the chance to interview him about his approach to wildlife photography.
Do you need to upgrade your understanding of how to effectively use color theory in your photography? Here is a little help on how to apply it in your photography. Even though the focus in this article is nature and … Read more
High contrast scenes are the bane of digital photography. If you’ve ever tried capturing the bright sky against a dark foreground on a sunny day, you’d know the challenge. Unlike human eyes, digital cameras cannot capture both the brightest and … Read more
Are you hesitant to dive into macro photography because it seems too difficult to get started? Or have you already made your first attempts of close up or macro photography only to find the resulting picture looking blurry, poorly lit or otherwise dissatisfactory? … Read moreTop 15 Tips for Macro Photography
Dam-photo.com has changed its name and domain to Photography-raw.com. My blog is growing and becoming more and more popular. So I’m taking this website from being a personal blog to becoming a website for photography enthusiasts with multiple photographers contributing … Read more
Do your photos turn out to be out of focus? Or do you experience trouble with focus shifting when you press the shutter button? In this article, you will learn how to use back button focus on your camera. This … Read more
Sharpening is one of the hardest post-processing steps to understand for many photographers. There are several pitfalls and obstacles to overcome in order to take your sharpening skills to a professional level. When should you sharpen, to get the best … Read more