Like many photographers, I’m always trying to find new ways to take my images to the next level.
At the start of our photography careers, making money and doing what we love is usually the primary focus.
Commercial photography has been a long-standing pillar in the industry—encompassing everything from a simple headshot to huge marketing campaigns.
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!”
If you’ve ever been curious about what’s in the bag of a beauty photographer, look no further.
For sixteen and a half years I was a TACP, which falls under the Air Force Special Warfare Community.
When we talk about wedding photography, we’re always looking for our happily ever after!
Light and story. These are the two most important factors in making great portraits. Not your camera, and although I get asked a lot, it’s not the focal length.
When it comes to creating my painterly-style images, I wouldn’t really say I have a crystal ball.
If you've been in the photography business for a while, you already know that mood is a huge component of any picture you take.