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My 5 Biggest Mistakes in Automotive Photography & How To Avoid Them
With any craft, it’s important to continually learn from situations and errors we make. I thought I would share some of my personal stumbling blocks to help others along the way as they try their hand with automotive photography.
How to Light & Shoot a Dramatic Portrait by Yourself
In this video, we’ll show you how to set up your flash and shoot portraits all by yourself! This is a great technique to learn when you are solo-shooting or don’t have an assistant to help you out. A big thank you to Profoto for sponsoring this video!
5 Reasons Your Couples Portraits May Look Awkward (And How To Prevent It)
So you’ve just finished your first couples portrait session and once you’ve gotten home and started looking through the images,…
Tips for Photographing Your Own Children
I thought I would share some of the most common tips that I give to my students when they ask me for advice on photographing their own children. By the way, these tips apply to all types of cameras, so no need for a fancy expensive camera to apply these guiding principles!
Protecting Drone Footage – Preventing Crashes and Managing Data Properly
Drone crashes happen more often than you’d think, but usually, a crash won’t cause major damage to the frame. The…
Lightroom Luminar Workflow | How to Use Lightroom and Luminar Together
Skylum Software launched the much-anticipated update for their flagship software, Luminar 4. Why was this so buzzed about? It’s largely…
The 5 Dollar Studio – How To Create Great Portraits Anywhere
Capturing an incredible portrait doesn’t always mean you have to have thousands of dollars worth of gear in order to “Get it right” for your clients. Follow along as Gary Friedman shows how you can create a properly lit portrait with just a “5 Dollar Studio” that fits in your backpack.