Recently I had the honor of working with and photographing the beautiful Bella. I met Bella and her family at ShutterFest 2017. She was one of the models for the event. At the time, I didn’t have a chance to work with her one on one, but I knew I wanted to spend some time and try some new concepts with her.
Drone photography is here to stay. If you see drones as merely for playtime, you are missing out. But with this bold new frontier comes unique challenges. There are all sorts of rules and regulations we are going to have to learn about and adhere to, and they seem to change daily.
Travel is one of my favorite things. I love to travel. I love seeing the world. And photographers who travel for work have the best job in the world. We get to see some amazing places and, with any luck, capture some incredible and moving imagery.
It’s senior month here at Shutter Magazine, so it’s time to get your butts in gear if you are going to have any success this year. For this month’s cover, we tapped into the always beautiful Maddi.
This month’s shoot was, in a word, fun. I love having a creative group of people around me. This time, we had an internal debate about the direction and concepts for the cover shoot.
Can you believe it’s 2016 already? Are you ready for another year of building your business, your portfolio, your bank account? Well, I am anxious to get started kicking ass this year.
I am constantly talking to photographers around the world about building their portfolio. How else do you attract the right clients? The funny thing is, photographers are hired to help businesses create a vision and a brand. What do they need for this?
This month for the cover shoot in Los Angeles, we got to work with the beautiful Mahlagha. Most of you probably haven’t heard of her, but she is a bit of an Instagram sensation.
October is family portrait month across the country. Not officially, but it might as well be. The colors are changing on the trees, the weather is cooling off, kids are back in school. It’s the perfect time for portraits.
Black and white—some of the most iconic pictures are presented this way. There is just something about black and white that sucks you into an image.