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You Gotta Know When to Hold ‘Em – BTS of Gotham City’s “Rogues Playing Poker”
Here is a fun set piece of a Gotham City Rogues version of the familiar (and oft parodied) “Dogs Playing Poker.”
Boudoir Photography: 3 Quick Tips on Building Trust With Your Clients
Boudoir photography is not just about taking beautiful images, but it is also knowing how to make your clients feel beautiful. With such an intimate process, building trust between you and your clients is key to helping them connect with you, and the camera.
Fun Portraits Using Just A Flash And Reflector – How We Shot It
The Photo The Equipment and Settings Nikon D700 Nikon 35mm f/1.8 G, hand-held 1/250 sec @ f/1.8 & ISO 200…
Shooting A Destination Wedding in Hawaii with Matthew Saville
Today we’re going to run through a destination wedding on the island of Oahu, Hawaii which I recently photographed for…
Long Exposure Star Trails on a Moonless Night
Continuing with the recent “How We Shot It” theme of long exposures, today we have something quite different from last week’s 30 sec. sunset tide pool portrait. While shooting in broad daylight for 30 seconds or longer is a challenge because it requires a very dark neutral density filter such as a 9-stop or 10-stop ND, shooting on a moonless night at the bottom of the Grand Canyon is even darker!
How We Shot It – Long Exposure Engagement Portrait
I created this long exposure engagement portrait image while doing a tutorial on how to use neutral density filters in landscape photography. This is how I shot it.