Let’s face it, one of the true joys of a professional photographer is to see the fruits of their labor displayed in a physical format, preferably as a large-scale photo print. It just feels like the proper way these photos should be exhibited, the form in which they reach their true potential.
The long awaited Nikon D850 is here, so is it worth the price tag? There are the features we have been expecting along with more than a few surprises.
Let’s dive in and discuss the pros and cons of this 46- megapixel full frame shooting machine…
One of the most important things about professional photography is lighting. Light is the one element that can make or break a photo shoot. Having the correct lighting at the right time is of the utmost importance.
Photographing people is a deceptively simple process these days. It seems with the wide availability of high-quality photo equipment and digital editing software that every Tom, Dick, and Harry is now a professional photographer. The reality is that true pros know technical knowledge is not the only thing that sets them apart from the amateurs. Connecting with your subject when taking photos is the real difference in professional photography sessions. The ability to get to know your subject relatively quickly and put them at ease can turn a session into a fun, easy experience where, as a photographer, you’re able to capture the true essence of your subject.
Getting amazing smiles from your photography subjects is as easy as one, or all, of these 11 tips. We hope these will help you create memories that your clients will treasure for a lifetime.
If you’re planning a winter holiday in a picturesque location, you’re probably wondering how to capture the perfect shot in the snow.
Here are 9 tips to help you photograph the dynamic winter sports with beautiful snowy landscapes in the background.