Finding an element of a gesture with your subject adds so much to your photograph, even when no people are present.
Inspired by William Eggleston and classic 70’s/80’s movies, I’ve tinkered around and created a custom Fujifilm Jpeg Film Simulation for you.
Does staying unfocused on a specific project when out shooting allow us to speak more directly with our photographic voice in the long run?
We should always strive to keep learning, keep growing, as photographers. Here are 5 things I learned about photography this week.
With real examples from film & cinema I’m debunking the trendy, yet wrong, advice on how to create a cinematic photograph.
It’s incredibly hard to create photographs when you’re outside your comfort zone. It’s worth working at to expand your toolbox, so keep at it.
Photography, creativity, and art are not always glitz and glam. At times we need to get down and dirty with our cameras to successfully capture our vision. Let’s get down and dirty…
Let me show you how to turn harsh mid-day sunlight into moody moonlit night! Super simple to do RIGHT IN CAMERA!
Two heads are better than one, isn’t that the saying? Here’s a tip to take two good pictures and elevate them to one great project!