This is the LAST Location Photography App You Will Ever Need
Learn how to use Google Earth Pro the RIGHT way, and make sure you get the most out of your location scouting and shoot on location no matter the time of day!
The Tether Tools ONsite Power System Makes On-Location Photography a Breeze
While a lot has changed within the commercial photography world in the last few years, perhaps nothing has changed more significantly than portability.
Dramatic Portraits | My 5 Essential Tools to Create Drama in Your Portraits
Drama by definition is an exciting, emotional or unexpected series of events. We as photographers often utilize drama in our…
Review | Clay Cook’s Fashion & Editorial Portrait Photography Course (+Sale Code)
Fashion and editorial from the ground up to magazine publishing.
Profoto Offering Free OCF Beauty Dish & Speedring With Purchase Of B2 or B1X
As if you needed another reason to get a Profoto light
No Studio, No Problem: How to Create Stunning Head Shots in Any Location
Five tips, including gear suggestions, for successfully shooting head shots on-location.
How to Use One Light Flash Photography for a Professional Look
Flash photography doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Here are some ways to use one inexpensive Speedlite to create professional quality photographs for a range of photography clients. It’s so easy!
Striking Corporate Head Shots In Cramped & Boring Spaces
Professional photographers must be able to adapt, and adapting to small spaces is vital. Here’s how to take corporate head shots in small unflattering rooms.
New Western Digital My Passport Wireless Offers SD & Wireless Access On Location
Backing up and having access to your images while out on location can sometimes be a bit of a pain. Most hard drives and storage solutions require some sort of computer or intermediary between the camera card and itself. This means extra equipment and more points of failure.
No Studio? No Problem! Part 4: Photography Lighting Tips for Shooting in Tight Spaces
Photography lighting tips for shooting in tight spaces. Don’t be at the mercy of bad lighting just because you can’t fit your giant soft box in the space.