Halloween will be here soon… in just a few short weeks. When I was a child, the eve of Halloween was a wondrous thing; The streets filled with pranksters and trick-or-treaters. Today, it seems much more reserved. For me, It just seems to be a … Continue readingHalloween is quickly aproaching.
Continuing this series of daily shoot Ideas, I present you with things to do in the city. This is an opportunity to explore your city and surrounding areas. Grab your gear and hit the streets. City Landmarks and monuments Architecture and Interiors Skyline Sunsets Streets … Continue readingDaily Shoot Ideas – In the City
There are different types of shoot lists to maintain and all of them have different functions when it comes to your work. Some are general wish lists of shoots that you would want to do in the future while others are a list of shots … Continue readingKeeping a Shoot List.
Here are a couple more daily shoot Ideas for you. Photo Walks 100 Steps There are a couple of ways to view a photo walk. You can go out on your own and walk around your local city, or where ever you happen to be … Continue readingPhoto Walks – Daily Shoot Ideas
Being a photographer means that you often have to field questions from your friends about cameras and photography; This happens to people who work in IT as well. The computer geeks in IT get, “hey, I am having x problem on my computer. What do … Continue readingDROID-ography because I don’t use an Iphone.
As a photographer, professional or amateur, it is important to stay frosty and shoot constantly. This is the first article in a series that will, hopefully, give you some ideas on daily shooting projects. So, lets get started! … Continue reading5 Daily Shooting Ideas Involving People
There are a thousand things that could be said in regards to working with models. I am sure that no matter how in depth I try to cover this topic, there are going to be things that I miss. Also, this is a subject that … Continue readingSome tips on working with models
After showing off photos in my portfolio, I have heard (Many Many Times), “You must have a really great camera!” It is easy for people to think that a camera is responsible for the image you are looking at, but this is only a part … Continue readingYou must have a really great camera!
In this day in age, photographers have enough problems. The unfortunate part of being a photographer is that once you present yourself as such to a model, you are are burdened with a stereo-type of being a creepy pervert. Sadly, there are enough sexual predators out there that use the title, “Photographer,” that it has created the stereo type that all professionals must live down to. … Continue readingShoot, But Don’t Touch!
Years ago, Kodak released a pamphlet of ten tips to improve your photos. The information that Kodak provided is nothing new and is something that is known by professional photographers. These tips will help improve your snap shots or your professional work. If you practice these tips on a regular basis, they will become second nature to you. More importantly, thinking about them as you take photos will noticeably improve your end results. … Continue readingTen Tips for Better Photos…