This Week, With Tony Jones

In Search Of: Understanding ISO & How To Use It

ISO is one of the three pillars of photography (the other two being shutter speed and aperture), and it has a major impact on your images, such as noise or better known as grain. How does camera ISO affect your images? In this article, I will introduce ISO for beginners and explain how to use it effectively for the best possible results.

Explaining Aperture & How It Works

Aperture is one of the three pillars of photography (the other two being Shutter Speed and ISO), and certainly the most important in my opinion. In this article, I go through everything you need to know about aperture and how it works and how you can make it work for you.

Landscape PhotoPlanning Ahead: Where? What? Why?

Art isn’t something you necessarily need to go to school for, so doing things like research isn’t something that comes natural but proves extremely useful in the long-run. I want to inspire you in this article and break down some very simple tips and tricks to help you plan ahead and save you a lot of time while improving your own photography.

Photo Storage: Digital or Physical?

Embrace your 80’s hair metal days and say goodbye (Hello? Cheap Trick reference!? Yes please!) to the days where physical storage was our only option for storing our data, when we had to rely on our backed up files to become corrupt from a scratch on the disc, broken, or even stolen.

Let’s Talk About Symmetry & Composition In Photography

Symmetry is everywhere. This means you can get better at taking symmetrical photos no matter where you are. All, or most anyway, of the rules that we adhere to in photography come from classic art.

4 Things All Photographers Should Know

Whether you are a beginner or more experienced with photography, here are some of our favorite tips that will help you improve your photography!

5 Things We All Have Done As Photographers

We’ve all done it, we’ve all made the mistake. No matter which one it is, we’re guilty of it. You. Him. Her. Them. Me.