This week, Jeremy Gray taught us how watercraft can help you capture better wildlife photos, while I talked about what to do as photographers during the Coronavirus pandemic. Lauri Novak walked us through a few must-dos when it comes to mobile photography and Matt Seuss taught us about sky replacement. Finally, Michele Grenier showed how to make an Instagram grid with Photoshop.

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Photography from a kayak: How watercraft can help you capture better wildlife photos - When you want to get close to water birds, there’s no substitute for being out on the water. Personally, I use a kayak designed for fishing because it is a little wider and more stable. It has more open space around the sitting area too, which allows me to easily bring along and use my […]
Working photographers, it’s time to prepare and re-evaluate - A lot of us are stuck at home, with no photoshoots and no clients to keep us busy. While it might not seem like it, between the stimulus package, small business loans and grants we’re trying to receive, some work needs to be done. Work to prepare you for the future. Work to prepare you […]
mobile photography Keeping your phone ready for photography - The best camera to use is the one you have with you. You’ve heard it a million times, right? Treat your phone just like you treat your camera We keep our camera gear at the ready, don’t we? It’s cleaned, batteries are charged and it’s in our bag and ready to grab when we need […]
Bring new life into your scenes with sky replacement - (Editor’s Note: We welcome this guest post from Matt Suess. Matt, an Olympus Educator, has been a full-time professional photographer for over 30 years, the first 17 as a photojournalist. Since 2006 Matt has been a full-time fine art photographer and educator offering field workshops, online training, one-on-one instruction and more. He is currently based […]
Making an Instagram grid with Photoshop - Ever wonder how people were making an Instagram grid photo piece on Instagram? Using Photoshop, you can create 1×3, 2×3, 3×3 and other multiple format layouts. Here’s how to get started. 1. Resize your photo to an exact ratio The first step is to resize perfectly your photo. This will allow you to precisely place […]

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