How to Find Unique Portrait Locations in Unlikely Places
Wouldn’t it be great if every portrait client booked only in golden hour and had the budget to spring for…
Don’t Be A Photographer, Be A Storyteller | Allan Higa With X-Pro2 In Hand
The following is a guest post by Allan Higa. Here are a few reasons why having a story to tell…
Quick Tips On Shooting A Lifestyle Shoot Into The Sun & Processing In Lightroom
In this video tutorial, Serge Ramelli takes a common situation we often find ourselves in, shooting into the sun, and shows how to handle it in camera and in post.
A Comment Fueled Debate on The 50mm & 85mm Lenses For Portraits
Weekly Imogen takes an interesting, and public look at the debate between the 50mm and 85mm lenses, primarily regarding portraiture. The side by side comparisons may surprise you.
Embracing the Madness: An Interview with Kate Combs, Family Photographer
Fine Art Photographer Kate Combs transitions to lifestyle family portrait photographer by capturing honest glimpses of the relationships between the individuals that make up a family.
Photography Workshops: Why Attend?
Attending a workshop is a valuable way for photographers to accelerate their learning of their craft. Whether it is a shooting workshop, a post-processing workshop, or a business workshop, you can learn a lot more in one day or one weekend than from just reading tutorials all day long online. Not all workshops are created equal, however, so before you spend your money, be sure to do a little bit of research on both the instructors and the workshop itself.