Photography

The moon orbits the earth once every 28 days, but the plane of the moon’s orbit is not quite even with the plane of earth’s orbit around the sun. Because of this disparity, the moon does not usually block out our view of the sun, except for once every few years. If the earth gets between the sun and […]

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Let’s face it…growing up isn’t always easy. There are lots of hurdles to overcome during our journeys as photographers. Take heart though, whether it’s a problem with technique, gear, or simply finding your own creative uniqueness, I can personally guarantee that someone else is struggling with that same problem. But there’s one situation too often […]

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In the digital era, where perfection seems within our grasp through post-processing and limitless opportunities to reshoot, it’s easy to get hung up on perfectionism. In some genres, such as product photography, it’s a necessity. Your commercial client won’t appreciate blown-out highlights on a shampoo bottle or soft focus on the wheel of a prestige […]

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As a photographer of people and cultures, I spend a lot of time thinking about storytelling. I want to put it to you the next logical step is learning how to introduce storytelling elements to your images. If you can draw viewers into the frame and make them think deeper, then you are taking one […]

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Over the past eight years of shooting weddings, I have slowly evolved in how I work. I believe that’s normal for most photographers. Most will start as “natural light” photographers. I actually began a little ahead and was using one on-camera flash, bouncing it off of the ceiling. Next, I dabbled in some off-camera flash very […]

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Teaching photography workshops has made me aware of four mistakes people make development as photographers. If you can learn to avoid doing these four photography mistakes you will become a much more creative photographer and find more enjoyment in using your camera. 1 – Always thinking your camera is not good enough Most people who […]

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They feature in renaissance paintings, fine art photography and advertisements for your local supermarket. It’s your everyday fruit and veggies! Not only do they keep you full, fruits and vegetables have some remarkable detail, making for great photographic subjects. As demonstrated by masters like Edward Weston, produce and photography work really well together. The matter […]

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