This extensive Lightroom guide will help you get started with Lightroom, understand the software and learn it inside-out to process your photos better.
Post a camera phone lens crack and fix, this is a brief account of my stepping back into mobile photography. Pardon my out of this world enthusiasm.
When you travel long and end up without good photographs right till the last day, will that strong need to return with a good photo fuel your creativity?
Guest blogging for SEO is frowned upon by Google. We take a second look at things a blogger must consider before publishing content submitted to their site.
Musings: we need to think twice before excluding stuff from our photographic frame for non-technical reasons or risk discarding that which would enrich our work.
Here is some more mobile photography: the results of my new-found admiration towards photographing with our handy everyday devices — smartphones.
Finding it hard to make time for your photography? Meet Dmitry Medvedev — a man who can snack with Obama, run a country and find time to make photographs.
An argumentative photo-essay (following part 1) on photography as an art, as ground zero for critics and how biased perceptions abound in the world of art.
Thoughts on going pro or being an amateur photographer. Why each option is better for two very different kinds of photographers. And can making money ever get along with making passionate photographs that you would love?
Today, when dSLRs are becoming more affordable than ever before, here are five things people who are new to photography should be careful never to do.
Wondering how to write a blog post most economically? Here’s how and where I begin, and the exact steps I follow. And there are also several time-saving tips thrown in for good measure.
Five practical, time-tested tips and advice for personal blogging and how you can build a community around your blog/website while ranking high on Google.
Addressing an e-mail I received, I outline my take on blogging, how ideas germinate into articles and the outlook you should hold as a blogger yourself.
About the new 50-point manifesto detailing the spirit behind this website and the rules that govern it. Are you a blogger? This will surely interest you.
Photographs are decisions made moments before pressing the shutter. So here are 5 things to consider before making your next picture. And the one after that.
Thoughts on my photo book: printing, finishing, expectations, musings and more.
Join the author on a quest to re-create three photographs he had made some years back, in each case giving them slight twists and overcoming new obstacles.
Thoughts on whether delegation in newspaper editing is a good idea and how it may be done and construed very wrongly at times. Is the editor responsible for every inch of his paper?
An elaborate, argumentative photo-essay on photography as an art, as ground zero for critics and how technology is making artistic vision take second place.
A quick guide (with delicious pictures) to how I cooked my all-veggie pizza and got it to taste like a pizzeria’s
What does Flickr’s new interface, and 1TB and full res upload offer to all free members mean to existing Pro subscribers?
Choosing between the world’s best graphics editing software and the world’s best photographer-friendly darkroom can be a difficult task.
Hailed as one of the best dSLRs available today, does the Nikon D600 live up to expectations? Absolutely. Here’s why.
Make your Chrome experience quick and beautiful in less than five minutes with this how-to guide
In part 5 of 7, we take a look at five incredibly productive uses of Evernote for photography so photographers can focus less on organisation and more on art.