Photography Blog

Photography News, Tips & Tutorials

Latest Posts

Crane Operator’s Stunning Aerial Photography Shot from the New Shanghai Tower, the Second Tallest Building in the World

wei gensheng

Perhaps the one thing that prevents many of us from experiencing spectacular views of the world is a fear of heights. Acrophobia arguably afflicts most of us in varying degrees. This may be also why there is such a fascination with extremely lofty perspectives. Wei Gensheng apparently is not one of those who fears heights. In fact, he is a crane operator on the Shanghai Tower, a structure that is being touted as the second tallest building in the world once finished, second only to the now famous Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which proclaimed itself as the “Tallest Building in the World” during its opening four year ago on January 4, 2010.

Read More

Bird’s Eye View of the Frigid Toronto Cityscape


Braving incredible heights certainly has its perks. If you happen to be a photographer, such bravado can afford you some rather unique views of the world other lensmen would be hard-pressed to come –up with. Photographer Ronnie Yip knows this all too well, as his sense of adventure as an artist urged him to climb a high rise construction site to shoot photos of Toronto while in the grip of a deep freeze.

Read More

Photos of China’s Rustic and Mountainous Terrain

zhang ning terraces

Photographer Zhang Ning is lucky to have the bounty and richness of her native China to shoot. Her photos of south-west China’s rustic and mountainous terrain are so vivid with color that it almost seems unreal. From a distance, Zhang Nings images capture the stunning perfection of the steep layered farmland of south-west China, very much looking like a beautiful flower garden bed in a prolific gardener’s backyard.

Read More

Clever iPhone Add-On Contains a Larger Sensor and a 50mm f/1.8 Lens


We place great demands on our smartphones, and the iPhone’s is perhaps one of the most stressed and stretched among the smartphone gadgets. Perhaps the most used and abused multi-tasking feature of our ubiquitous smartphone is arguably the camera. When it comes to the iPhone, its camera has seen many improvements over the years, and is often times the most anticipated feature upgrade to new models of its various incarnations. Having said that, well, here we go again.

Read More

Photo Series Shows What It Would Be Like If Mermaids Lived Among Us

mermaid in snow

With Christmas just over, it isn’t far-fetched to assume that images of Santa Claus are still fresh in most people’s minds. Perhaps a character just as enigmatic as Santa would be the mermaid. Stories of this sea bound beauty have captivated us for centuries, and children are especially taken by tales of this ocean creature that is half-fish, half woman. Czech photographer Hana Vojackova is obviously one such individual, with the difference of having a camera to bring images of imagined mermaids to life. She calls the series Milk & Sea.

Read More

Winners of the National Geographic Photo Contest 2013 are Impressive as Ever

polar bear melting ice nat geo

Grand Prize and Nature Winner
Paul Souders, Seattle, Washington
The Ice Bear

National Geographic has just consummated its annual photo contest and selected its roster of fine winners. The choice for  its prestigious annual 2013 Photo Contest is a stunning image of a polar bear as it attempts to look through melting ice.

Read More

Most Popular Posts
Most Popular Tips
Most Popular Basics
Most Popular Ebooks
Follow Us
Follow ExposureGuide on Follow Me on Pinterest
essential camera skills