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What to Bring to Photograph a Wedding Besides Your Photo Gear

March 12th, 2018|

Our main job as wedding photographers is to create beautiful images for our clients. But our job is also to provide a phenomenal customer service experience from beginning to end. Throughout the last decade as a wedding photographer, I’ve developed this list of non-gear related [...]

Wide-Angle Versus Telephoto Lenses for Landscape Photography

March 12th, 2018|

When you arrive at a beautiful scene, open your camera bag, and reach in to pick out a lens for landscape photography, which one do you usually choose and why? A mid-range focal length lens, say between 35mm and 70mm, is usually the one that [...]

My First Time Shooting Infrared Photography

March 11th, 2018|

Up until a few months ago, my only experience with infrared photography was through the work of Minor White and a few other photographers that shoot masterful infrared photographs. Their images were dreamy scenes with glowing trees that completely transformed my idea of what made [...]

Week Photography Challenge – Antiques

March 10th, 2018|

This week it’s time to dig out all your old stuff, or get out and look for some antiques. Things that are aged and beautiful – look for old buildings, your old shoes, rotting wood of an old window, antique cars, clocks, books, etc., yes even [...]

Things People Say to Photographers – What Have You Heard?

March 10th, 2018|

If you’re in the photography business you’ve likely heard some pretty outrageous comments made by clients. In these three videos let’s have a humorous look at things clients say to photographers. Remember this is all in fun, and we, as photographers, value our loyal clients [...]

How to Create a Mini Photographic Typology

March 9th, 2018|

Photographic typologies are a unique and interesting form of photography. Have you ever made a collection of something? Stamps, buttons, figurines? If so, then you’ve made a typology, without even knowing it! Here’s how to translate your collecting skills into creating a mini photographic typology. [...]

The Introverts Guide to Photographing People

March 8th, 2018|

Being an introverted photographer is a challenge, especially if you actually enjoy photographing people. As introverts, we tend to be happiest on our own, with family or with close friends. We avoid large groups and people that we don’t know well. We’re likely the last [...]