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Portrait Tips: Be ready to be nimble
Portrait Tips: One light + one collapsible backdrop = $
Portrait Tips: Shuffle the subject
Adding drama to family action shots with Aurora HDR
Portrait Tips: One light on black
Creating dramatic desert photography
Portrait Tips: Dramatic Light Made Simple
Want Drama? Shoot With The Light
Shoot Less. Think More.

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Ice Skating header Levi Sim-1

Portrait Tips: One light on black

I answered the phone, and it was my buddy, Gary. He said, “Hey, Levi. I’ve got a great idea.” Now, you should know that I’m always up for an adventure, and Gary and I have had a lot of them.

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serge-desert

Creating dramatic desert photography

Photographing deserts can be challenging. The color can be dull, and there might not be much action taking place. So how do you take your desert photographs to the next level? In this video, Serge Ramelli photographs the Desert of

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Portrait Tips: Dramatic Light Made Simple

A simple and impactful way to make a portrait is to position your subject next to a window and in front of a dark background. With the proper exposure, your subject’s face will stand out starkly against the dark background

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Here's the resulting image after spot metering for the bride's dress. Perfect highlights with deep, dramatic shadows. ©LovesomePhoto.com

Want Drama? Shoot With The Light

I often spend a lot of time at a wedding wrestling with light. Different sources, color temperatures, intensities are all over. Often, I find I like to shoot into the light to create a dreamy, open, bright feeling to my

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Simeon Rice photographed by Brian Smith for ESPN

Shoot Less. Think More.

When you’re shooting pro athletes, don’t expect to get a lot of time. You can either panic or embrace it. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were in the midst of a Super Bowl run when ESPN the Magazine sent me to

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serge-desert

Creating dramatic desert photography

Photographing deserts can be challenging. The color can be dull, and there might not be much action taking place. So how do you take your desert photographs to the next level? In this video, Serge Ramelli photographs the Desert of

Read More
PTBanner

Portrait Tips: Dramatic Light Made Simple

A simple and impactful way to make a portrait is to position your subject next to a window and in front of a dark background. With the proper exposure, your subject’s face will stand out starkly against the dark background

Read More
Here's the resulting image after spot metering for the bride's dress. Perfect highlights with deep, dramatic shadows. ©LovesomePhoto.com

Want Drama? Shoot With The Light

I often spend a lot of time at a wedding wrestling with light. Different sources, color temperatures, intensities are all over. Often, I find I like to shoot into the light to create a dreamy, open, bright feeling to my

Read More
Simeon Rice photographed by Brian Smith for ESPN

Shoot Less. Think More.

When you’re shooting pro athletes, don’t expect to get a lot of time. You can either panic or embrace it. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were in the midst of a Super Bowl run when ESPN the Magazine sent me to

Read More

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