Natural Light v Off-Camera Flash: Which One Is Best For You?
Manny Ortiz breaks some some useful basics.
Looking At The Basics of Balancing Natural Light With Flash
Almost everyone who starts out in photography does so relying upon ambient light. As you grow in the field and…
Natural Light vs Studio | 3 Portrait Set-Ups In 3 Minutes
Brief, to-the-point photography tutorials are a wonderful thing. No fluff, get in, get out, learn something new to try. Love…
My Trick For Getting Kids to Smile Naturally in Photos 99% of the Time
I’ve devised a little trick for getting kids to smile naturally 99% of the time. It’s so simple and it’s effective on most anyone who isn’t a trained model or actor. Here’s how it works.
5 Tips for Taking Natural Light Portraits at High Noon
Need to make your photo shoot work in bright noon day sun? Tanya’s 5 Tips for Taking Natural Light Portraits at Noon can help…
Natural Light Portraits on Agfa Ultra Film – How We Shot It
It’s time for another bonus photo in our “Photo of the Day” series, and a throwback to film photography! Here we have a great demonstration of natural light portraiture for a single subject.
Natural Light Cafe Vintage Portrait – How We Shot It
In today’s post, we’re going high-key! Here’s a great example of the perfect conditions for creating a bright image with a vintage / faded background…
Three Tips For Better Natural Light Portraits Using The Sun
Every portrait photographer seems to dread sunlight like it’s the devil. Why? Well, partly because it can be extremely un-flattering, but also partly because most photographers just don’t have a sure-fire method for using sunlight to get consistently acceptable results. Heck, sometimes a little touch of sunlight can an image look even better than soft (but dull) shade!