Railway Safety: Photographers, Help Us Educate The World
Two recent viral incidents spark controversy over photographs taken on railroad tracks. It seems the majority of people don’t know the risks and laws associated with trespassing on railroad property. This is my call to action, my plea to all photographers to help us educate the world about railway safety.
3 Simple Photography Composition Rules for Using Depth of Field
Here are three photography composition rules for controlling depth of field!
7 Mistakes From Professional Photographers That Held Them Back
We all make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes can have a negative impact on our development as photographers. Are you guilty of any of these?
How To Say No Without Losing Portrait Clients
Good customer service is key in our industry. But sometimes it’s hard to say no, even to ridiculous requests clients make. Here’s my arsenal of communication tips for how to say no without necessarily losing clients or sounding like a jerk.
Meet the Writers: Tanya Smith, SLR Lounge Author of the Popular ‘Time Out With Tanya’ Series
Tanya Smith shares with us how she juggles having three kids, runs a photography business, writes regularly for SLR Lounge, is a consultant for a bag company and does charity work in foreign countries in the next installment of our Meet the Writers series!
The Manual Photographer’s Cheat Sheet: An Infographic for Beginners
For those of us who have learned photography with our automatic settings,learning how to shoot analog can be daunting. This handy infographic made by Zippi is a great place to start.
Photographer Struck And Killed By Train During Photo Shoot
A photographer was struck and killed by an Amtrak train while photographing on the tracks Saturday in Missouri.
Camera Assistant Killed by Train While Filming Gregg Allman Biopic
A second camera assistant was hit and killed by train Thursday afternoon while filming the Gregg Allman biopic “Midnight Rider,” in Wayne County, GA.