Take a trip to New York City with traveling photographer David Hobby, as he explains how to take iconic photos of the Big Apple.
Strobist.com founder David Hobby offers a city-specific vignette that makes a trip to London much more accessible, productive, and enjoyable to the first-time photo traveler.
Explore the best of what Paris has to offer, from Montparnasse to the Eiffel Tower, and make sure your trip is full of great photographs and even better memories.
Photographer and Strobist publisher David Hobby explores what to see, eat, and shoot in Dubai, the ultramodern crown jewel of the United Arab Emirates.
Learn how to photograph your journey like a professional, without dispelling any of the magic of the experience, with Strobist.com founder David Hobby.
Strobist.com founder David Hobby offers a city-specific vignette that makes a trip to Hong Kong much more accessible, productive, and enjoyable to the first-time photo traveler.
Learn the concepts, tools, and techniques for lighting with flash—from improving built-in flash results to shooting with wireless off-camera flash.
Explore the world of the small with this guide to macro and close-up photography gear, lighting, and technique.
From ultra-wide angle to ultra-telephoto to macro, tilt-shift and more, discover the creative options that specialized lenses and attachments provide.
Describes the tools, creative options, and special considerations involved in shooting with a DSLR camera at night or in low-light conditions, such as sunset or candlelight.
A detailed exploration of the concepts of composition, from basics such as the rule of thirds and leading lines to more advanced topics such as entry and exit points.
Well-known photographer Douglas Kirkland discusses the importance of keeping your mind and eye open for photographic opportunities, regardless of the kind of camera on-hand.
Ben Long shares strategies for capturing the best black and white images and techniques for converting to black and white in Photoshop.
Understand how shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings relate to one another, and how these settings expand your artistic options with any photograph.