Below are several tips for night-sky photography. Shooting the night sky can be difficult depending on your location, equipment, and many other variables. Following these tips can make the process a lot less changing: Tip #1: Light up your foreground Depending on where you are shooting, including a bright foreground can act as a silhouette…Details
Thomas Kokta enjoys sharing what he has learned about photography. His blogs include articles about his photography awards, including a feature in the Smithsonian (click here to read the article).
If wildlife photography tips, urban photography tips, night skies, or travel photography sparks an interest of yours make sure to check out Thomas’s posts. He provides the best tips and tricks for all photography types. Learn more about Thomas Kokta, and his years of travel and photography by clicking here.
Along with details about Thomas Kokta’s photography he also provides other information sources. His posts take you on a journey through the lens of your own camera, at the same time providing more information on what Thomas’s images are all about.
Thomas caters his posts to our photographers, and lovers of photography. It’s not only to encourage you to take on these tips yourself, but also to entertain you and provide content that will get your inspiration juices flowing. The world is at your fingertips and Thomas wants your camera to experience that, too.
If you have a question or would like to know more about a specific photography topic, contact Thomas and he can add your suggestion to his list of future blogs! Click here to contact Thomas.