Behind every polished social media account is someone taking time to create, innovate, and curate an image that speaks to a specific demographic. Now while this sounds pretty daunting and technical, there is a creative side to this that can be pushed and explored at the same time.
Autumn's dramatic landscapes are stunning to behold and the challenge is how to preserve the impact in a still photograph that captures the unique quality of this season.
A fresh approach to printing can inspire you to output more images, different types of images, and provide a perfect jump-start for your creativity. Here are some simple and delightful alternative photographic processes that will inspire you to get your images on paper.
I’ve had my fair share of cameras and I could see this one becoming a new favorite for a variety of reasons. In this article I’ll break down six reasons why the EOS 6D Mark II is great for family and childhood photography.
You had the opportunity to capture images of the partial phases as well as the beautiful details of totality. So why not use a composite to tell a visual story of the event. To create a composite you first need to pre-visualize what you are going to create.
In this article, I’ll give you an idea of how I handle exposure control, in the context of nature and wildlife shooting. There’s no one correct way to assess and set exposure, of course, but I’ll explain what I’ve found works for me, and the reasons for it.
Learn how to creatively photograph hot air balloons, whether during dawn or sunrise, during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
Engagement photography is on the rise in the United States, as couples use social media to promote their upcoming weddings in a creative way. Learn how you can give the future bride and groom the second happiest day of their lives with a fun engagement photo shoot.
Whether you are photographing at home or on a vacation, the familiar or something new, creating imagery inspired by the idea of illustrating each of your five senses can be an enjoyable and successful self-assignment and photographic tool.
I recently had the chance to review the EOS 6D Mark II on a real wedding at Mallard Island in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. It really allowed me the opportunity to see how the 6D Mark II handled different parts of the wedding day.