For sixteen and a half years I was a TACP, which falls under the Air Force Special Warfare Community.
Like many photographers, I’m always trying to find new ways to take my images to the next level.
Then you daydream of your perfect client, who do you envision? Most people will jump to say “someone who has a lot of money to spend on my photography!”
Often, when photographers think of “flash photography” or alternate light sources, they think dramatic, but sometimes, all we need is some lighting to fill and even out the skin.
We just announced the winner of our top talent competition (Congrats to Roland Scott and Faren Campbell) but we just can’t resist sharing the top 5 images.
The process, as you will see in the video, is not complicated at all. However, the task itself proves invaluable to getting color right.
As a genre of photography, boudoir is heavily female-run and even more so female-focused. But the boudoir industry is changing. We are seeing more and more men wanting intimate portraits.
When anyone approaches me requesting advice for photography and how to build a business doing it, the first thing I tell them is, “You better LOVE it and you better be willing to work REALLY hard. It’s a lot harder than it looks, and it’s not nearly as glamorous as it looks either.”
I am photographing many high school seniors who I photographed their mom or dad’s senior photos. I guess that’s what happens when you’ve been in this business for over 33 years in the same town.
When it comes to post-production, you really need to develop a roadmap or workflow for how to get the results you want without wasting time.