Questions on indoor lowlight photography and post processing tools

I had a long week at Orlando at my work conference but now I’m back and ready for more photography questions! This question (perhaps questions) were from Sivarajan and is listed below. Good morning. I am sivarajan After my retired life , My hobby is photography. Please help me in Low light indoor photography. And also little confusion over editing ... Read More »

4 no-fail techniques to take great pictures on a family trip

Hello photo geeks! In this post I’m going to show you 4 no-fail techniques to take great pictures on a family trip. No matter you are going out on a short hiking trip with your love ones, having a picnic at a nearby park with your kids, or camping outdoor with family these tips are for you. Here, you are ... Read More »

Leaving your camera’s auto mode

Today’s question is from Ann. Her question is about leaving your camera’s auto mode and I’ve provided her exact wording right here: “I do not want to shoot all of my photos in auto. Sometimes, I get very confused as to the best settings for certain situations. The “Sweet Sixteen” was helpful but I still get confused.” Hi Ann first ... Read More »

How to create a cheap photography lightbox for better pictures

Let me guess you probably are searching on Amazon or Ebay trying to find a photography lightbox (or light tent as some may called). Somehow you bumped into my blog while doing your research online for the best brand to buy. However, soon after your initiate research you realized that the good lightbox brands aren’t cheap. If you are in ... Read More »

Getting the correct exposure and sharpness in your pictures

This question is from Srihari and it’s related to “getting the correct exposure and sharpness in your pictures”. Srihari I want to thank you first for sending me your questions. Your support is what keeps me going each day for providing answers to people like yourself who are trying to find solutions in the photography world. Regarding to the correct ... Read More »

The ultimate New York City photography guide

Hello photographers! I hope you’re having a great week so far. I recently came back from New York City (NYC) for my post-wedding family trip and I’ve got tons of photography information for you today. In this post, you are about to learn the step-by-step instruction of how to get the ultimate New York City photography. I’ll show you what ... Read More »

Shoot non blurry photo in sports photography

This question is from Joan and her question is about “how to shoot non blurry photo in sports photography“. First of all thank you for your email Joan you have asked me a great question. As a caveat I am not a professional sports photographer but I’d say even for professionals they take A LOT OF pictures in a sporting event before they get ONE good ... Read More »

The only 12 words you need to read today

I know I said there is no post this week but I just couldn’t do it! I miss you all! By the time you are reading this I’m on my 3rd day at New York City with my parents and my in-laws (which are also my parents now!). We are going there to finally enjoy some vacation and family time ... Read More »

BIG Announcement!

What’s up everyone, today’s post is going to be a special one! There will NOT be any photography materials, Pinterest friendly pins, or site engine optimization (SEO) keywords in this post. This is just going to be a plain simple chat with you and me. Because I have 1 BIG announcement to make, 2 confessions that I want to share ... Read More »

TKE 07: Overcoming the challenges in post processing skills

Today I am answering part 1 of my audience’s two-part question and it is related to overcoming challenges in post processing skills. In the next TKE, I’ll answer his 2nd part question and that is which software to use for post processing. He specifically mentioned 2 products that he is currently using. Paint shop pro 6 and Perfect Photo Suite so ... Read More »