3 for 3 – one winner snagged all three prizes in February’s photo contest!
Congratulations to Maurice Shutgens who had the most views, the most favorite marks and who the jury selected as the first prize winner.
We will add 2 free years to your Expono Plus Membership, and contact you directly for delivery of your new camera.
New contest tomorrow
Today’s the last chance to enter our February Photo Contest! Enter now and compete for a Canon IXUS 145!
In order to win, all you have to do is to upload a photo at www.expono.com, make sure EXIF data is displayed, and tag it with contest feb15.
Join the contest or vote for your favorite photo here!
Before there was Photoshop, there was still photo manipulation.
Check out this article to find out how photos were manipulated between 1850 and 1950.
Picturecorrect.com has listed 12 photo effects that every photographer should know.
Check them out here!
With night time comes a different approach to photographing.
Check out these great night photography tips!
Have you checked out the entries in February’s photo contest yet? You can find them all here!
If you also want the chance to win a camera or a Plus Membership with Expono for a full year – then upload a photo you’ve taken to Expono and tag it with contest feb15 no later than February 28. Don’t forget to display EXIF data when you upload your photo! Here’s info on how to add EXIF data.
Find out more details about the contest here! Good luck
One of the most important things to photography is lightning.
This article brings up the different aspects of it such as hard vs soft light, artificial vs natural light.
I found an article that’s a great read for those who are looking to improve their photography skills!
Quite elementary things one might think, but sometimes it’s important to be reminded about the basics.
You find the article here!
Are you looking to improve your portrait photography?
In this article, there are some basic but great advice, such as breaking the rules and making the most out of natural light.
Do you enjoy photographing trees? There actually great photo objects, all year round.
Picturecorrect.com has gathered some good tree photographing tips.
You can find them in this article!