RECENT POSTS IN Shooting Tips
Four Smartphone Photography Tips For When You Don’t Have Your DSLR
Smartphones can take some high-quality and innovative pictures and can be a fun backup option for photographers that don’t have their DSLR kits handy.
How To Use Inexpensive String Lights To Make Foreground Bokeh
Using a string of lights at our last engagement session, we made some pretty awesome foreground bokeh. Here’s how we did it.
‘El Bokeh Wall’: Create a Beautiful & Simple DIY Background + SLR Lounge Writer’s Shootout
Create a beautiful bokeh background with this simple method. Our writing team was challenged to a shootout using it. Vote for your favorite!
Music Photography | How to Rock a Recording Studio Photo Session
Today, we’re switching things up and are going to discuss what might be our first post on music photography – the ins and outs of capturing a recording session.
How to Create Rad Reception Images: Drag Your Shutter & Light Up Their Party
To accomplish our “reception image style,” we’re all about dragging the shutter. And even though the technique is fairly simple, we like to up the ante a bit by using rear curtain sync (+ off camera flash) and actually get out there on the dance floor and get moving ourselves
Light Painting Product Photography | Getting Creative With Nike Shoes
Feeling inspired, I created this photo of a Nike Running Shoe. Find out how I did it in this detailed article. The technique is pretty simple. Why not give it a go yourself?
One Week, One Lens Challenge| The Power of Limitations
Limiting myself to a single lens and camera during one summer’s week amazingly changed my photographic mindset – and you can do this, too.