Tips and Tutorials
It’s not rocket science, it’s photography, and it should be fun. But looking at your photos should be as exciting, fun, and engaging as the moment you wanted to capture.
Capturing Nature Smiles in Children, by Boise Chimpsy Instructor, Gina Marie “SAY CHEESE!” “CHEEEEEEEEEESE!!!!” You’ve all heard it…and I’d say 95% of you have either said it or instructed your little one to say it … Continue Reading »
Photography has become one of the fastest-growing, competitive professions of all time. Aside from having incredible photo skills, how you start your business will decide much of it’s fate! Save yourself the headaches now and … Continue Reading »
Many people ask me if they should shoot in RAW mode. A fairly loaded question, I’ll give you a short answer: It depends. What a lame answer. I know. But don’t fret, I’m going to … Continue Reading »
One of the most common questions I get at my workshops is, “What lens should I get??”. A lot depends on your budget and of course, what you plan on using it for. Before I … Continue Reading »
Yes, I finally jumped on the iPhone 4s bandwagon. Of course my decision came when learning about the new camera that it comes with. Boasting F2.4 aperture capacity, I had to try it out. I … Continue Reading »
Before you turn and run the other direction, do not fret, a histogram is not a medical examination, but rather an instrument that helps you to understand the overall tonality in your images! Have you … Continue Reading »
Back in the days of film, we used to shoot much differently. Can you imagine not being able to look at every photo immediately after taking the photo? How about not having an “auto” option? When shooting on film, it was imperative that we made the best of every shot, by paying careful attention to our aperture and shutter speeds and getting our light meter to line up correctly.