So, You Want to Improve Your Photography?

Improving your photography has no shortcuts, but you can still make wiser choices to develop faster. Nick Page’s impressive landscape photography portfolio is a clear testament to what happens when you keep investing yourself in your craft. Based on what you see on his website, I don’t think a single person could possibly guess he’s only been at it for six years. So how did he develop his skills so quickly? In the video above, Page speaks about the “art” of improving your work in photography. I’m guessing that most of us…

PHOTOGRAPHER RICHARD PARRY SHOWS THE INNOVATION OF CONSUMER TECH FROM THE INSIDE OUT

There’s a special type of anxiety that comes from taking apart a piece of tech. Whether you’re opening up a red-ringed Xbox 360 or replacing the RAM on your MacBook Pro, you can’t escape it. There’s always a fear of bending a pin, shocking a board, or putting it all back together only to realize you have one tiny screw left over. Auckland, New Zealand-based photographer Richard Parry channels this fear in his beautifully shocking Some Assembly Required photo series. Parry tears apart the most iconic tech from the past few decades and displays…

A Case for Telephoto Lenses in Landscape Photography

For those interested in landscape photography, you may be selling yourself short by exclusively using wider angle lenses. Telephoto lenses deserve just as much use, if not more. Wide Lens Versus Telephoto Lens: The Drawbacks I think we can all agree that wide angle lenses are more commonly used for landscape photography compared with telephoto lenses. The question, though, is whether they should be. To start, why are they more common? I would argue that one of the primary reasons is that they have been standard in most cell phones.…