This week, Bryan Esler kicked things off by revealing his top cameras of 2020 so far, while Michele Grenier showed us how to prepare a large multi-panel print.

Nate Torres explained how digital color works, and Levi Sim told us to get in the water! Finally, Darren Miles talked about the most underrated light modifier — the snoot. We hope you have a great Fourth of July weekend!

The top cameras of 2020 … so far - Today is National Camera Day, so I thought it’d be great to look back on the cameras released this year so far! While we’re waiting on new mirrorless cameras from Canon, Sony and others, there have already been a boatload of cameras released this year with some pretty exciting features. In no particular order, here […]
How to prepare a large multi-panel print - Looking to create a huge wall-art impression? Here’s a simple five-step guide to help you prepare a large multi-panel print! 1. Target your client’s needs A large multi-panel print requires a little more love than a regular print (even though they still need love too!). Why? Because the bigger the print, the bigger the impact […]
Color by the numbers: How digital color works - Color plays a major role in photography. It can enhance an already well-captured photo and vice versa. With that being said, how much do you know about digital color? I believe it is safe to say that we are now living in a predominantly digital world. We as a society are glued to digital screens […]
Portrait Tips: Just get in the water! - I recently moved back to Cache Valley, UT, which is where I started my photography business 12 years ago. It was incredibly satisfying to receive calls for portraits from clients I hadn’t seen in nearly a decade. Dream photoshoot I got a call for the first photoshoot the first week I was back. Cindy called […]
Crush your portraits with a snoot, the most underrated and underutilized light modifier - I’ve been a professional photographer since 2005 and in that time I’ve tried a TON of different lighting modifiers. Umbrellas, soft boxes, scrims, translucent umbrellas, umbrellas with diffusion, octo boxes, light spheres, barn doors, flags … you name it. But recently, I discovered the snoot. Yup — the snoot! What is a snoot? Think of […]

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