ANTM's Nigel Barker Shares 3 Tips for Taking Great Pictures
Fashion photographer Nigel Barker shares three things you need to know before taking your next selfie.
Every Instagram Filter, Definitively Ranked
Here's the definitive ranking of Instagram filters, from best to absolute worst. We took the liberty of reminding you what these filters look like on a couple of stereotypical photos.
A Boudoir Photo Shoot Is The Sexy Gift That Keeps On Giving
There are few things as badass and sexy as a woman -- thin, thick, small or tall -- who loves her body and is daring enough to show a little skin.
Photography Tips: Take Only Photographs, Leave Only Footprints
Layne Kennedy talks about taking care of the environment while you are taking nature photography. He recommends being conscientious of where you are and what you leave behind, including sweeping up campfires and properly disposing of your trash in order to keep the beauty of nature just as you found it.
Landscape and Nature Photography Tips
Ian Plant provides you with remarkable tips and techniques to enhance your photography skills for shooting landscapes. Find out how Aperture, shutter speed and ISO work together and are related. Learn how to set modes on your camera to shoot an image with proper depth and exposure. Use these tips to take phenomenal pictures that show off your photography skills.
How to Read Your Camera Light Meter
Ian Plant provides helpful information on how your camera meter works. Find out how your camera looks at light and provides you with the “Goldilocks Principle.” Learn how to use your best judgment when exposing light and advance your knowledge about your camera.
Photography Tips: Using Fill Flash
Layne Kennedy teaches you a quick tip for adding creative fill flash to your photography. He likes to set his DSLR to rear curtain sync so that the flash fires at the end of your exposure, and he recommends setting it to its lowest ISO. By doing this and turning the camera as you shoot, you can create an image with a sharp center and a blurred, active background.
Birthday and Other Events Photography Tips
Steve Niedorf teaches you a few professional photography tips and techniques for capturing great film footage at an event such as a birthday party or family gathering. He recommends shooting a lot of footage, finding a unique approach (theme, story or context) that works for you, varying your angle, zoom and lighting to capture memorable actions, reactions and facial expressions.
Photography Supplies and Gear For Cold Weather Shoots
Professional photographer Layne Kennedy teaches you how to properly pack your equipment for safe and easy carry when you are on travel shoots in cold climates. He recommends a few of his favorite tips, including wrapping your battery packs in 10-hour hand warmers, letting your gear slowly adjust to heat once you're back inside, and bringing along sunglasses and a headlamp for those short winter days.
3 Rules for Better Underwater Photos
Ever wonder how the pros get underwater photos of marine life? WSJ’s Michael Hsu shares three tips for taking stellar underwater digital photographs from National Geographic contributor Brian Skerry. Photo: Brian Skerry.
'Two Souls' Photographer Discusses Her Intimate Series
The end of a relationship is always a confusing and emotionally fraught time -- and we've found a set of images that perfectly capture those heartbreaking moments.
Unearthing The Work Of A Secret Nanny Photographer
John Maloof sits down with Ricky to talk about his new documentary, "Finding Vivian Maier" and how the purchase of a $400 box of vintage negatives from an auction house in Chicago would end up being an inspiration for all photographers.
How to Shoot Food Photos Like a Pro
Sharon Vaknin shows you how to capture mouth-watering food photos using just your smartphone and a few expert tips.
Me And My Mannequin Husband
We talk with photographer Suzanne Heintz, who "married" a mannequin.
Stunning Time-Lapse Video of the Milky Way
Time-lapse videographer, Randy Halverson, shot this mesmerising video over the course of a few months in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Utah,
The Art of Food Photography
Joy learns the art of food photography from one of its rock stars, Matt Armendariz.
Ends of the Earth Photography: A Photographer Follows Her Passion
One woman has travelled around the world to photograph some of the most beautiful and endangered things on earth. She shares her story and gives us her secrets to making a good photo great.
Dancers at Their Feet: A New York City Ballet Photo Montage
A 6,500-square-foot photograph of more than 80 City Ballet dancers graces the promenade of the David H. Koch Theater. Some guests tiptoed across the image, others took to posing on the floor. By: Oresti Tsonopoulos
Lessons from a Master Cat Photographer
Walter Chandoha has been mastering the art of cat and dog photography for more than 60 years and he shares some of his secrets. By: Natalia V. Osipova.
This Is What Happens When You Attach Your Camera To A Kite
Photographer Gerco De Ruijter has mastered an unconventional photography technique, one that we'd expect to encounter in a fairy tale before hearing of it in real life.
Mark's DIY Light Painting
Mark enlightens us with an emerging form of photographic art. Using a small flashlight or spotlight to illuminate a subject in an otherwise pitch-black room, he controls the aperture size and shutter speed of a simple point and shoot camera, resulting in vibrant color images. Along with his two sons, Mark demonstrates how to draw and spell using streaks of light from glow sticks.
Photographers Capture Urban Decay
When most people take photographs of their travels, they are not usually images of buildings abandoned, unloved, and decaying.
Rineke Dijkstra: When Art Reflects Art
Noted art critic and historian Hans den Hartog Jager will interview Dutch photographer Rineke Dijkstra, known for her remarkable oeuvre of large-scale portraits, which were featured in a retrospective at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum last year. The artist will discuss the relationship of contemporary photography and her own work to paintings by such artists as Rembrandt and Vermeer.
Bob Gruen LIVE
From Led Zeppelin to John Lennon, from Elvis to Madonna, Bob Gruen is the world's foremost rock 'n' roll photographer. Bob joins HuffPost Live to talk music, photos, and the new Showtime documentary on his life, 'Rock 'N' Roll Exposed.'
How to Get the Best Shot on Your Digital Camera
Angela Stearns shows us how to ease off the auto mode on our digital cameras in order to get the best shot every time!
Tailor & Shoemaker - The Sartorialist for AOL On
In Milan, Scott Schuman meets with two bespoke designers, Lidia Pellecchia and Valention Ricci.
Celebrity Photographer Bruce Weber LIVE
Legendary photographer & iconic filmmaker Bruce Weber joins HuffPost Live to chat art, fashion, upcoming projects & more.
Bruce Weber Demystifies Racy Abercrombie Shoots
Legendary photographer & iconic filmmaker Bruce Weber joins HuffPost Live to talk about his racy Abercrombie & Fitch photo shoots.
Bruce Weber To Terry Richardson: 'If It's True, Get Some Help'
Legendary photographer & iconic filmmaker Bruce Weber joins HuffPost Live to talk about Terry Richardson.
Bruce Weber On Why He Axed Cindy Crawford From A Shoot
Legendary photographer & iconic filmmaker Bruce Weber joins HuffPost Live to talk about the time he fired Cindy Crawford.