The clothes and sets of each window seamlessly blend harmonious colors and shapes. You can tell, even without looking at the logo, that Armani is Armani. The rich jewel colors of Dolce & Gabbana set against opulent gold trims express a clear identity that leaves an indelible impression on us.
Despite new technologies being added to digital cameras on what seems like a daily basis, Film Photography has steadily been gaining popularity amongst amateur and professional photographers alike in recent years.
I have two businesses, working in both online education and as a wedding event photographer, and I love my work—it’s definitely a dream job for me. I also make fantastic money from it: more than six figures from each side of the business is my net yearly pay, after expenses.
A Non-Fungible Token (or NFT) is a wild concept, and "fungible" is probably an unfamiliar word. A way to wrap your head around this idea is to consider a humble coin, like the quarter.
Unless you’re a professional video editor or serious YouTuber and video content creator, chances are you’re recording most, if not all of your video on your phone. And why not?
For many photographers, nothing matches the excitement of heading off to a far-flung destination rich in photographic potential. The gear you choose to take will have a big impact on what images make the return journey home.
As a photographer, you know that it's important to have a website. It helps you reach a wider audience, gets more people interested in the services you offer, and is a great place to show off your portfolio.
Covid-19 changed the world and there is no going back. The definition of "normal" is so far gone, I doubt it will ever return. So, what does that mean for us as photographers? Should we pack up shop? Quit? Work for free? Come on now.
As far back as I can remember in my video production career, I had been jealous of the dynamic range and pure flexibility that photographers had working with RAW digital image files. They could seemingly point and shoot without regard to in-camera exposure and simply fix it in post as long as focus was correct.
If there is one thing I have learned from photographing Senior Portrait Sessions it’s that high school classes are now just a tiny portion of their lives. Participating in diverse activities from art classes to ballet, to sports, to speech competitions, to theatrical productions, these 16- to 18-year-olds pack their schedules to the maximum.