Why not try lo-fi photomicography?
Most point-and-shoot compact cameras will allow you to reveal small, often unseen worlds by taking close-up shots, but even the most powerful macro facility pales when it’s compared to the magnifying power of a microscope. […]Read More
Need a title sequence on a budget? Try the milk effect!
If you need a great title sequence for your film, but have zero budget, then try this, which uses nothing more exotic than milk. You can create the entire effect for pennies and it can […]Read More
How to shoot a levitation photo
Levitation shots present the viewer with something unexpected, which instantly makes them appealing, but they need to be done well if you want the viewer to suspend their disbelief and accept the subject floating in […]Read More
Capturing the moon rise
The moon has inspired poets and painters for centuries, but there’s no reason why photographers shouldn’t get in on the act too. However, why stop at shooting just one moon? With a dash of photography […]Read More
Focus stacking made easy
Depth of field is incredibly narrow in macro and close-up photography, even when you set your lens to its smallest aperture setting; and the closer you’re focusing, the shallower it will become. This can’t be […]Read More