Broncolor just announced the successor to the creme-de-la-creme of their product line, the Scoro RFS. What happens...
Contributor | Premium Member
- Photographer at Brittany Smith Photographer
- Lives in New York, NY, United States
- Photos 0
- Likes 0
- Followers 32
- Following 1
Brittany is a fashion and beauty photographer who recently relocated to NYC from Montana. She photographs the way she has always wanted to feel and believes in the power of raw simplicity. When not behind a camera she can usually be found at a local coffeeshop, teaching fitness classes at the YMCA, or baking something fabulous in the kitchen.
- Digital Photography
- Natural Light Photography
- Off-Camera Lighting
- Studio Lighting
- Adobe Photoshop
- Destination Photography
- Lead Shooting
- Lighting Assisting
Foreword Clay Cook has been steadily rising as a solid name in photography over the last few years, and with only a...
As an artist, the world wide web is a necessary evil for us to put forth our works to a public audience in hopes of...
As the popularity of everything wireless continues, it comes as no surprise that this demand is crossing over into...
Open any major fashion magazine today and you will be hard pressed to not see a campaign that was photographed by...
Sue Bryce is in the business of making women look and feel beautiful. Her name has become synonymous with natural...
Model Mayhem, the social networking site used by many aspiring photographers and models alike, has restructured their...
“It’s not you. It’s me.” This saying is intrinsically ingrained into most of us when we have blossomed into...
Love it or hate it, frequency separation has become a staple for many portrait photographers. There are many editing...
Adobe made much noise over the updates to Lightroom Mobile recently, and specifically their new HDR camera mode; so...
It may be the calendar year 2017, however, the casting directors for this most recent Paris Fashion Week might be...
Arguably one of the best highlights of the Oscars is the joining forces of Mark Seliger and Vanity Fair’s custom...