Several days ago, we released the first part of our exclusive Joel Grimes video interview, where Joel talks about how he started in photography and what shaped his philosophy of the business and the art of photography. In this second part of the video interview, Joel talks more in depth about lighting, especially his signature 3-lights edgy lighting style.
One of the great achievements that a photographer can attain in his or her career is to have people immediately recognize a photograph as one of his or her work. Only a handful of photographers like David LaChapelle and Annie Leibovitz (among a few others) can claim this feat. It’s not hard to recognize a [...]
With his photography prowess and his SEO and web marketing skills, it is no wonder why Gavin runs one of the most successful photography businesses in Southern California. In this interview, we chat through Gavin’s photographic background and discuss quite a few tips and tricks to help you in your online marketing efforts!
Jeremy is truly an inspiration, and in this interview we talk through several topics including: how Jeremy got his start in celebrity photography, concepts and visions behind shoots, what photographers need to stand out, favorite gear, and much more. Enjoy!
If you shoot headshots or portraits in general, then you’ve probably heard of Peter Hurley. If you’ve never heard of Peter Hurley AND you shoot headshots or portraiture in general, then stop what you’re doing, check out
In this post, we interview Lee Morris, photographer and co-founder of the FStoppers, the premiere website in behind-the-scenes photography videos.
For some reason photographers love seeing what’s in other photographers’ camera bags. For some it’s just a curiosity, for others it’s a matter of pride… like comparing cars or spousal hotness. Here’s the photography equipment we’ve decided use for our shoots
Our favorite new product that Steadicam was showing this year was their new hand held stabilizer the “Smoothee” built for smaller video devices such as iPhones, Flip recorders, etc. Way cool, and very affordable.
WHCC (White House Custom Color) is one of the larger full service print labs. From enlargements, to albums, to canvases, to pretty much whatever you can think of, WHCC does it all (and they do it quite well in our opinion).
This year when we saw Tim and his brother Chris at WPPI 2011, we had to just stop by say hi, and see what new features RPG Keys is showing off for 2011.
Aaron Willcox is the founder of Riley G Design Works, a company behind some seriously awesome designer camera straps.
Radio Popper is a maker of wireless radio transmitters used to control off-camera flashes. However, when we learned exactly how Radio Poppers worked and what they could do, we felt like we just had to get an interview with Kevin and Matt, the Founder and VP of Radio Popper.