Aug 31

Hello there,

Today is the last day of our summer photo contest. You can win some really great prizes, so make sure to enter! How about a digital SLR camera, or a 1-year Expono Plus Membership?

All you have to do is to upload a photo you’ve taken at and tag it with summer contest 17.

The contest ends midnight. More info can be found here!


Aug 27

It’s getting close – only a few days left of our summer photo contest. If you haven’t entered yet, do so by Wednesday! Why? Because you can win a great digital SLR camera!

Among the prizes are also two 1-year plus memberships with Expono (check out all the benefits here).

How to enter the contest

1. Sign in at Expono (or sign up for free if you are not yet a member)

2. Upload your photos

3. Choose a photo and tag it with summer contest 17 (find out how to tag photos in Expono here)

Find out all about the contest and how to enter here!

Good luck everybody 😉


Aug 22

Hi there,

Never heard of the rule of thirds, or not quite sure what it is and how it can help you in your photography?

Check out this read!




Aug 19

The company COOPH has looked at current trends and research projects, and come up with 10 predictions about the future of photography.

Check out this article and video to find out what they are.

What are your own predictions?



Aug 15

Swedish photographer Dennis Bohman photograph everyday stuff around his house but with a macro lens. The photos don’t give away anything about what they could be.

Can you see what objects it is that he has photographed through this article.



Aug 11


If you’re fairly new to landscape photography, it can be easy to fall victim to some common mistakes.

Here’s a good video about these types of mistakes, and how to avoid them.

Have a lovely weekend 🙂



Aug 08

Hi there,

Have you heard about Free Lensing or Lens Whacking?

It is a technique that involves a peculiar way of using your camera lens…

Find out what it is and how to benefit from it in this article!



Aug 04

Hello there,

This article gives some good tips and insights to photographic composition.

It brings up areas such as framing, perspective, cropping and rule of thirds.

Do you have more tips to share?





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