January 15th, 2021
Winter photoshoot Ideas, tips and suggestions for subjects, compositions and techniques to get great winter landscape photography
January 3rd, 2021
in this post by Simple Photo Tips, we give you the 7 best camera settings for car light trails. Plus some bonus tips to help make your light trail photos awesome. Read Now!
November 6th, 2020
Follow the link to read the latest post from Simple Photo Tips on Reflection Photography Techniques. Learn tips needed to find reflections, Camera settings and photoshoot ideas to help you get a keeper!
October 31st, 2020
In this blog post you will find all the information and photo tips you need to do wonderful outdoor Christmas light photography.
October 14th, 2020
This blog post discusses macro photography in general, situations you will encounter and camera settings that will help in those situations. Also briefly mentions composition, lighting and helpful gear and accessories. Give it a look
October 3rd, 2020
This post provides some easy photography ideas at home for beginners. The possibilities are nearly limitless, you just need to look for them. Follow this link to the blog article to learn more!
September 28th, 2020
This post provides a recommendation for the best Canon lens for landscape photography. Also it lays out the rationale for the recommendation. Follow this link and take a look.
September 25th, 2020
This article will give you tips and information to clean your camera and lenses. Some of this advice simply cannot be shared enough. If you are a photographer or even someone that owns a digital camera, go check it out!
September 11th, 2020
A mass round up of apps that photographers can use on the go to assist with settings, composition, locations, weather, light, etc. Includes both iOS and Android comparable apps.
August 9th, 2020
Looking for some tips on photo composition to improve the chance of getting a truly compelling shot? This article on my Simple Photo Tips blog discusses photo composition, consciously breaking composition rules, and how to look for framing of a scene to get a pleasing look and feel.