All photographers draw inspiration from one another. I first came across the lighting technique featured in this month’s article—mixing strobe and constant light—after seeing some of photographer/retoucher Julia Kuzmenko’s images. I was immediately inspired to try it out myself.
Q&A with Sal Cincotta - Want to read this article? Log in and launch this free photography training magazine // September 2013 issue.
Some photographers recently told me their own stories about how they turned a near derail into personal or professional fortune.
My new series, “Mom First,” touches on life, business, photography and the struggles we face wearing so many hats. You don’t have to be a mom to gain something from these articles.
Opportunities always appear to be much greater as they are passing you by. Case in point: While high school team and individual sports pictures have changed very little over the past 20 years, the athletes and their styles have...
Recently we taught a workshop in London. During that trip, we took the team on a vacation to Paris, where we rented an apartment for a week and just bonded.
This month I look at beauty lighting and white backgrounds, two of my favorite studio lighting techniques. The concepts used to create this setup are a great foundation for just about every other studio lighting scenario you’ll run into.
I write this beyond excited to officially announce my critique column with Shutter magazine! I have always been an advocate for the invaluable educational opportunity that image critique can bring.
First, you’ll need a way to take a series of images over a period of intervals. You can use an intervalometer, such as the Canon TC-80N3 or the less expensive Vello ShutterBoss. Learn more...
There seems to be one common perception among the countless kinds of photographers out there: Men have a tougher time shooting boudoir than women. This year I have been very fortunate to have traveled...