We all love hearing positive praise, it makes us feel good. There is nothing wrong with that, but it could cause problems if you make decisions based solely on that
I’m writing this article while waiting at the gate for my delayed flight in Phoenix heading to Orlando. My friend Richie and I just finished photographing a wedding in Oregon,
(Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Frank Doorhof, who introduces himself.) “I think this is one of the most heard problems in my workshops, ‘How do I find
You might have noticed two companies in the photography industry doing things that are frustrating you. It’s possible one of these companies is even confusing you. Today I want to
“You may never become rich financially being a photographer. You will live a very rich life.” -Kevin Ames The photo above is me in 1986 right after completing the photography
In this video, I share suggestions for getting the most of out Photoshop World with my intern Jason Geld. I’ve been attending Photoshop World since 1999 and have attended all
As you might already know, I am seriously thinking about changing my DSLR gear in favor of mirrorless. Because it would require a very important investment — perhaps one of
(Editor’s note: This guest post is from an avid workshop attendee, Thomas Lehman. He is a retired medical school professor with a deep interest in travel and making great photographs
I’ve been using DSLRs from the day I started doing photography. But frankly, with the growing quality of the Mirrorless market, I feel quite tempted to do the big jump
“I’m good. All my photos are stored in the cloud.” Have you said this? Have you heard someone else utter these words when bragging about having everything backed up? I
A quick tip teaching on how to be creative, without reinventing the wheel.
The golden ratio or golden mean — have you already heard about it? It’s a very popular composition rule in the photographic world. But did you know there is a
In the past, retouching a model’s face or body for magazines covers or ads has often been a source of ethical debate. Now in 2019, it seems like reshaping one’s features
Last week’s PhotoPlus Expo has officially come to a close. Between all the talk about full-frame mirrorless cameras, on-stage demos and seminars, there was a ton to see and do
Deciding to keep or delete unwanted images can get tricky. Here are a few suggestions on how to decide an image’s fate.
A quick tip on how to strikes a balance between showcasing and protecting your work with a watermark.
Learn when to crop for impact and when not to crop to ensure the image tells the real story
It never fails. Every fall, Apple announces a new iPhone that’s packed full of new technologies. An emphasis is placed on the camera, highlighting past features such as portrait mode,
A quick tip on why you should give a model access to all images from a TF shoot— Trading your skills for their skills.
As a budding young photographer, I cut my teeth with gelatin silver printing. It would be some years before I became aware of daguerreotypes (c. 1839), heliographs, photogenic drawings, wet
Last week, Tony and Chelsea Northrup posted a controversial video on YouTube that tried to define what a professional camera was. It centers around sales for all of the camera