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No Studio? No Problem! Part 5: Creating Authentic Portraits in Your Back Yard
Tips for creating timeless, authentic portraits in your own back yard.
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.
International Man of Mystery: Balancing Wedding, Celebrity and Sports Photography with Kevin Jairaj
Just home from covering the Sochi Olympics, Kevin Jairaj, an award winning wedding and portrait photographer, traded in his winter snow jacket for Vegas party clothes at WPPI. With a background in fashion photography and a sports photographer with USA Today, Kevin’s work and experience is well rounded and well sought after.
Father Of 6 Shares The Enchanting Youth Of His Children: La Famille
In La Famille, French photographer Alain LaBoile turns our attention back to the virtues of a simpler time; one of mischief, drama, camaraderie, imagination, and innocence. What can come across as a chronology of memoirs, can feel like a tribute to family, and a salute to generations past.
The Wedding of the Year: Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head
My 3 year old son, Cole knows I’m a photographer and knows I shoot weddings. He really doesn’t understand this or isn’t the slightest bit interested in the photos I show him, until Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head got married.
‘All Love Is Equal’ – Braden Summers Travels the World Photographing LGBT Community
A few months ago, photographer Braden Summers launched his Kickstarter project, ‘All Love is Equal,’ in an effort to showcase love.