Revisiting the Story of the Masterpiece – The Making of Migrant Mother
The story of how Dorothea Lange created perhaps the most iconic photograph in American history.
John Free Photography Lesson Is The Antidote To Your Lack Of Enthusiam
It’s a free ten-minute photo lesson and photo walk with John Free, truly one of the greats of our time. No matter what area of photography you specialize in, his enthusiasm will infect you.
The Road To Wolfeboro: A Visual Journey Of Wet Plate Collodion Photography
Brian Gaberman– photographer and advocate for the brand Element– was given one assignment by the company, to capture what he sees in his journey; that’s it, no brief, no outline, or goal.
How Many Canon EOS-1D X DSLRs Does It Take to Freeze Time? Apparently 50…
See how DokLab got Canon to loan them 50 cameras and lenses to make the bullet time effect.
Tips on Successful Documentary Wedding Photography From Adam Riley
Documentary wedding photography is a term too often attached to the work of any photographer who has an informal approach to shooting the big day. One particular wedding photographer who’s doing this very successfully at the moment is Adam Riley.
Canon’s EOS-M A Low Budget, High Quality Video Solution
How to Shoot Documentary Style Interviews
I have always thought that documentary film-making was an interesting art in its own right. I have attempted this genre of film-making myself a few times but have never really been satisfied with my results. But after watching the video I am about to share I have been inspired to give it another try.
Shooting a Documentary Promo Behind the Scenes
One of the best things you can do as far a marketing your photography business is a documentary promo. They give potential clients a look inside your business, how you work, how you talk, and gives them an idea of the sort of experience they can expect if they select you are their photographer.