Inspiration can come when you least expect it. As photographers, we are visual artists. We express ourselves through our camera…
When you're photographing a bride, there's a lot to encompass: you've got a beautiful background, ideally, but you want nearly all the focus in the photos to be on the bride herself.
I am a supporter and fan of the beginner photographer. I think as we grow in our profession, we may on occasion forget the road we once traveled. One of the most significant moments in my life was when I first learned how to do off-camera flash.
Lighting is a thing. As photographers, we get it. We know we need light to shape and create. Sure, you could use the ole light and airy and just blow everything out, but what fun would that be?
Pivot. It's a word you've probably heard spoken more in the last 18 months than you might've cared to. But no matter who you are, these days we all have to get used to this changing and challenging world.
Saturating your photos with colorful lighting can be a showstopper. When blindly scrolling through Instagram or quickly flipping through a magazine, it can instantly catch the eye of the viewer and make them pause.
There’s something about low light that draws me in. Maybe it’s the romantic atmosphere it exudes, or the depth it can give an image to make it look three-dimensional.
A huge part of what we do as photographers is nothing more than capturing different subjects by means of all sorts of unique light sources.
As a freelance commercial and editorial photographer, you never quite know what the job will bring you. Today you could be inside a state of the art studio, photographing the CEO of a Fortune 100 company.
As a photographer, there is always a concern with the number of megapixels and camera sensors handling large prints, right?