Oct 30

Are you familiar with digital infrared photography? As human eye is incapable of seeing infrared light, it is truly a way to show your audience something they can’t see with their own eyes.

This article will give you an intro to the technique.



Oct 28

Hi there everyone,

As you probably haven’t missed – Halloween is here!

Check out these photo tips and tricks that helps you to capture all the scariness.





Oct 25

Hello there,

No doubt, fall is a beautiful season.

Here are some tips on how to best capture it with your camera.

What are your best fall photo tips?





Oct 22

Hi there,

If you want to create believable levitation shots, this article includes tips and tricks that might come in very handy.

It contains useful “before” and inspiring “after” shots.




Oct 20

How do you choose the sharpest possible aperture for a perfect photograph?

This article will tell you how, and also gives you a mathematically accurate chart.



Oct 18

Are you familiar about the pros and cons of ambient light versus flash in portrait photography?

Photographer Gavin Hoey shares his input on the subject in this article.





Oct 16

The first autonomous flying camera that uses facial and body recognition to follow its subjects around is here!

Check out the Hover Camera Passport here.

Might be the end of selfie sticks?



Oct 13

The results are in after some hard jury work – we have a first prize winner in out latest photo contest!

Congratulations Robin Hakanen Martio – you have won the digital SLR camera Nikon D3300. We will contact you through a private message for delivery.

We’d also like to congratulate the winners of a 1 year Expono Plus Membership. Your accounts will be upgraded automatically:

Most views – Katrine Vefferstad

Most favorite marks – Carrie-Anne DeCaprio

Thanks everyone for the amazing entries. Welcome to compete again! A new contest will kick off November 1.



Oct 12

Auto exposure bracketing (AEB) is an excellent feature on most DSLR cameras.

Do you know what it is, and how to use it?

If not, find out here!



Oct 09


I  found an interesting read on how articles with travel photography tips, don’t tend to take into account the fact that conditions are not always perfect for taking photos.

Instead it shares some practices on how to create strong images when time is short and you can’t wait for conditions to improve.

Check out the article here!





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