Courses and Activities
Take courses personally guided by professional photographers to improve photography skills; or leisure activities to enhance the fun of life!
2023-12-09 Beginner - Christmas Portrait Tutorial
2023-12-09 Beginner - EOS R8 Basic Operation
2023-12-10 Travel Photo Preparation
James Kwok & Matthew Kwan - Wildlife Photography
2023-12-16 Beginner - Idol Photo Shooting Basics
Chasing the Aurora Borealis in Iceland
A natural spectacle only happens in wintertime, aurora borealis can be spotted between September and March every year, sometimes till April if you are lucky. Picking a right location is the first thing to do to see the aurora borealis. Regions within the Arctic Circle have a better chance to see, such as the northern part of Sweden, Norway and Finland.
You probably won’t be surprising if I tell you that a good pet photo needs to be taken at the right time, the right place with the right person and the right mood of your pets.
Let’s make better use of our cameras’ functions to capture great pet shots. If you currently rely mostly on Auto Mode and are dissatisfactory with your photos, this article will help you greatly. Learn several basic and simple skills and methods and see the big improvement yourself!
Pet owners are always the best pet photographers, because you guys spend time with them every day and live a life together. Pet photographer Cass is going to share everything you need to know to take pet photos like a pro, such as the mindset and mentality towards pet photography, simple yet practical skills, application of photographic knowledge and even some queer but useful tips!
Photography is more than just about keeping a photo record of the daily life. It’s fun as it can create images that are invisible to the naked eyes. Long exposure photography is one of the techniques to achieve this. Long exposure can capture the trace of movement, and is thus often used in capturing subjects like traffic trail or star trail.
How do I take better portrait pictures in black-and-white?
What do I need to prepare or beware when shooting star trails?
Which image format can give better prints, gif or jpg?