Tag: featured

Golden Hour

What Is the Golden Hour…….and Is It Really an Hour?

Over the next few paragraphs I will talk about the golden hour and why it's my favourite type of lighting for photography, when it is and when to use it. My aim here is to keep it light but factual...

/ June 1, 2017
Underwater photography

Photo Shooting the Deep Blue

Underwater photography is almost a very different environment from the usual photography field that we have used to it. The article describes my experience about what gear you need, how you will be prepared to dive and how you will...

/ May 11, 2017
Newborn

Newborn Sessions: Tips for Beginners

This article describes a series of tips for those who want to start the adventure of newborn photography sessions. From the on site settings to the final edition, you will find key advice that makes easier your initiation in this...

/ April 5, 2017
Connection

Want Better Photos? Focus on Connection

We live in a world of sorely in need of more personal connection, where mobile devices have taken society by storm. Distracted and disconnected, our eyes are increasingly glued to screens, while attention spans plummet and groups of people share...

/ March 13, 2017

The Beauty out My Own Front Door: Finding Beautiful Light Everywhere

I believe the true secret to stunning photography lies in the light. Beautiful light and shooting locations are all around us. Learn about how I find and choose natural light and learn why my own front yard is becoming my...

/ February 9, 2017

No Gear? No Problem!

As portrait photographers many of us strive for making pictures with lots of wow and oomph. In order to do that, we trek to fancy locations, use loads of fancy gear and process our pictures using expensive software. In many...

/ January 25, 2017

“Dark & Moody” Food Photography Tips

A few tricks about how you can make this style easy. What is the best time for shooting, what should you choose props, what type of material should you have? It is all in this article.

/ January 17, 2017

The Search for Reflections

It's frustrating that our photos of people and objects usually don't turn out the way our brains see them. A lot has been written and studied about the subject - I realize. However I would still like to present my...

/ January 10, 2017

Throw Your Geisha out in the Cold for Realistic Composite Fine Art

When you are done reading this article you should be inspired to give this composite technique a try. This is designed for Intermediate to advanced photoshoppers, but you can give it a try even if you're a beginner. I will...

/ September 29, 2016

“Portraits”- A Soulful Expression- Get Them Right, Make Them Expressive!!

“Portrait” is a photographer’s way of capturing the essence of his subject through his lens and portraying it in the most expressive manner. Even a simple portrait can look great when taken naturally with a few helpful tips!! Explore the...

/ August 23, 2016