Paul Duncanson has been playing around with cameras for far more years than he cares to remember. When digital cameras became as good as film (but without the waiting and the messy chemicals) he started taking it seriously. He began taking photos professionally before finishing his studies at Melbourne's Photography Studies College and now works as a freelancer, covering advertising and other commercial photography, along with the occasional wedding.
How to Take Extraordinary Photographs, Part 2: Composition
Do your photos fail to do justice to your subjects? In this excerpt of SitePoint’s latest book: Photography for the Web, and part 2 of his Extraordinary Photographs series, Paul explains the art of composition. You’ll learn how to create beautiful images just by following some simple rules.
How to Take Extraordinary Photographs, Part 1: Exposure
Ever wonder why your photos are either too dark or overly bright? In this excerpt from SitePoint’s latest book: Photography for the Web, Paul Duncanson explains the weird science that is exposure.