Elizabeth Anderson

Photographing in black and white is sometimes considered to be the purist form of photography because you rely much more heavily on composition and form than with color shots. You must see the gradients from black to white and consider your subject matter without the distraction of hue vibrancy. Here […]


In our search for the perfect scenery to photograph, we can often miss the simplicity of what is in our immediate surroundings. When I first began pursuing my photography seriously, one of the locations that struck me as immensely beautiful and simple in its endless possibilities was Minnesota farmland. It […]


In photography, some of the accessories you accumulate can be essential to improving your shots. They can improve your mobility, compositions, usability of your camera and reduce unforseen weather and unknown location annoyances. But, figuring out what accessory is used for what and which one is a good fit for […]


Detail shooting of flowers and fruit can bring beautiful, high saturation color and intricate textures. This kind of shooting is best shot with a good zoom lens so you do not blur the photo with standing incredibly close to the subject matter. It is also helps to turn on the […]


One of the tools you can use as a photographer to create a meaningful composition is to use leading lines. Leading lines are used to draw the viewer’s eye through a photograph. They are intentional or unintentional, natural lines created in the space of the photograph and are used to […]


One of the most important things to keep in mind when you are shooting is that the general rules you follow as a photographer are up to you to use and change as you feel is appropriate in each situation. When you are being trained in photography or ask for […]