I have a confession: School was incredibly hard for me and I actually hated it most of the time. There were, however, a few classes that I really liked and
From April 25-27, 2019, The Camera Shop of Muskegon will put the focus on women in photography, presenting photograpHER 2019. Presenting will be Olympus Visionary Tracie Maglosky, commercial photographer Kara
I made a point in 2019 to take control of my business. I had a great 2018 but I know I can do more — and do better — to
This article came to my mind a couple weeks ago, as I was approached by several event organizers. They likely were expecting my services for free and were almost hit
The fourth of July is my favorite holiday because of fireworks! I grew up in Lousiville, Kentucky and they have this event called Thunder Over Lousiville. It’s the kick-off event
As a mom of two wild little ones, I am always looking for creative ways to express myself with my photography. One of those ways is with light painting. Light
As wedding season gets into full swing this month, honor the photographer who provides the happy couple with tangible memories. Thanks to the Shoppe Designs for this insight.
Fractals, people, are the new must-haves in my camera bag. I was introduced to Fractals at WPPI. My friend and fellow photographer, Kathy Mukhopadhyay, bought a set and mentioned that
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had someone say ‘I am not ‘photogenic’. To be honest, I hate that statement. I mean who isn’t ‘photogenic’? To me everyone,
When we are at the beginning of our photographer career, we try to spend as little as possible on everything that doesn’t seem necessary. By “necessary” of course, we mean
Last week I was assigned to photograph President Trump during his visit to Manchester, NH. I try to bring all gear I might need on the first trip to
I shot this photograph at WPPI in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago. I was at the ClickProps Studio Backdrops booth. This company makes over 500 backdrops in various
Have you ever been in a room and looked around and felt like you didn’t belong? Just felt like you were a fish out of the water and your hoping no one
Nearly all of my professional photography is done as the in-house photographer for Cull Group, Inc, the marketing, and design agency my husband and I own in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Category: Street Photography Photograph: “Hold on to hope” by Neil Edwin Sinadjan In photography, we often label photos by their genre and style. The beauty of the powerful image “Hold on
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I have loved Platypod from the very beginning. In fact, up until recently, it was my only tripod of sorts. I couldn’t even afford a tripod so I used my
Levi Sim sits down with Julio Cortez who is an Associated Press photographer How does Associated Press photos work? Getting paid? What is the Dollar Rule? What is Julio’s speciality?
It’s pretty easy to make your own natural light “studio” for just a little money and a little time for set up. “Portraits Unplugged” is what I call shooting with
Category: Street Photography Photograph: “Concentration” by Patrick Gorden The aptly titled “Concentration” by Patrick Gorden gives us an intimate view into a scene of an artist creating. The look on
After the first couple times, I was asked about how I have such good engagement on social media, I disregarded the questions because I didn’t feel like my social media