Our cultural identity will be lost without keeping alive these special little things which define us. Here are some tips to make the best photo album featuring traditions.
In traditional markets from all around the world you can find a colorful and busy atmosphere, so perfect for photography. Whether you enjoy most the urban landscape or you love travel photography, these tips will come to hand.
Food photography is not just for advertising, cooking blogs and restaurant menus. It is also part of local culture and lifestyle, of travel photography, and, why not, of your special moments.
Taking pictures at holidays and national celebrations is usually part of travel photography. This doesn’t mean that you cannot be a tourist in your own town and enjoy festive days. There are plenty subjects for a trained eye.
Neighborhoods are a special part of street photography. You still have architecture and street snapshots, but you also have a powerful connection between the elements of your pictures.
Documentary photographers appeared during The First World War and have followed the history ever since. You can see them at riots, conflicts, in war areas and refugees camps. Some of them make the news, but some of them just build a collective memory for the generations to come. Actually, every picture you take is a memory of a state of facts that could never be recovered otherwise.
Modern life is based on construction sites, power plants, chimneys and factories. We are so used to see them that we forget they can be an extremely interesting subject for photography.
Although architectural subjects are easy to find, architectural photography is not an easy topic. Here are some advises to find your way in architectural photography.
Agriculture is a great subject for a photographer. Here are some tips to make the best of agriculture photography.
Landscape photography is very close to painting. It captures nature in all its forms, from vast territories to specific details like leaves and rocks.