Silver and white adds light to a scene whereas Black absorbs light, giving an illusion of taking light away. This is know as negative fill. Here’s a quick tip on using negative fill in photography.
This week’s show features two interviews from different points of view in the photo industry. We catch up with noted portrait photographer Brian Smith about his work to capture unique images of some of the most photographed subjects in the world. Then we speak with Bryan O’Neil Hughes to learn about the next generation of digital imaging tools and workflows from Adobe.
When I set out my product offerings to my wedding clients back in 1998 a pre wedding shoot was a novel idea. It became the ‘walk in a park’ photo shoot for many photographers with shots couples walking towards the camera holding hands or leaning against a tree kissing. This serves most customers well but […]
In my previous post I showed how I capture love. Those tight passionate shots only make up a part of my engagement shoots. Here is the detail of my pre-wedding or engagement portraits process. I have included my business targets in case they are of interest to those of you who shoot weddings for a […]
Shooting couples is like portraiture with an extra dynamic – relationship. Having been trained in television I’ve seen many a director at work cajoling the very essence of a plot out of the actors. Passion to pain all come easily into shot with the right cast and a great director. When I’m shooting pre wedding […]
Guest Post & Photo by Stephan Bollinger – Circle Stephan on Google+ From an early age, I’ve been on stage, acting, singing, having fun. Over the years, I got used to perform in front of larger and larger audiences, the initial pub gigs turned into musical theatre, eventually TV. With every new production, we went through the usual […]