They race by you faster than a speeding bullet with the echo from the roar of their little engines. No, I’m not talking about a race car. I’m talking about something that might be considered the most difficult subject to photograph. The two-year-old. They laugh, they cry, they wiggle and throw tantrums. They run, they mess […]
Everything in an image is important. Everything.
So, even if you have this beautiful band of color in the middle, everything matters all the way to the edges.
It goes without saying that one of the chief goals as a photographer is to clearly convey what the subject is within your photo. Effectively doing so makes it easy for the viewer to focus exactly where you intended them to. However, it is not always that easy to do so when you’re in the […]
Editor’s Note: We’re please to feature this guest post from one of the most talented guys on the planet — Joe McNally. Joe is a speaking in Las Vegas the first week of September. His great blog was also named to Resource Magazine’s must read list. The beauty dish is a fave of fashion photogs everywhere. I […]
A portrait is about capturing the subject’s personality. Senior portraits take it a step further, capturing a specific moment in a teen’s life. If you are not familiar with the teen, ask them questions. I know Courtney and I know she’s a free spirit. She loves playing guitar. As she was relaxing playing a song, […]
I love my GoPro cameras. One is a constant companion in my backpack. A few years ago, I had an idea to shoot a behind-the-scenes time lapse of my near constant travel (e.g. coming/going to the airport, planes taking off/landing). I put fifteen or so videos in the can but soon gave up on the […]
Sometimes the motion in a time-lapse shot doesn’t appear smooth when you look at it in post–but you can fix that. See how to add motion in post in this tutorial. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Photography-Came…. You can catch Keith Kiska along with Rich Harrington and Ron Risman for a workshop on Timelapse photography in the Valley of […]