There’s one simple trick I was taught several years ago, to help a client feel at ease. We all know that portrait subjects can sometimes get nervous or overthink their
A quick tip on how to select the right prop to create a new look or mood
A quick tip to think twice before deleting a photo.
A quick tip to save time by cropping in camera.
A quick tip on dedicating a memory card to one shoot.
A quick tip to take the safe shots first, then get creative.
A quick tip for creating a rule for when to delete or keep a photo.
A quick tip on creating a shot list
Working with animals can be the ultimate exercise in patience. They cannot take direction like a human model. Be patient and remember you are on the pet’s time.
A quick tip on how to strikes a balance between showcasing and protecting your work with a watermark.
There are many online resources that offer eyelash brushes. A simple Google search for “Eyelash Brush Photoshop” will return several great sites. I downloaded the brushes from Obsidian Dawn’s website and paid a small $3 fee for commercial use.
Learn when to crop for impact and when not to crop to ensure the image tells the real story
This is 1 of 5 tips Anthony Neste shared on photographing a model in a Hotel Room, check out the other 4 on Photofocus.
A simple tip to ensure a better portrait is to center the subject’s pupil with the whites of their eyes. Have the subject turn their head and shoulders to balance their eyes.
Need some tips to get out of a creative slump? One tip is to participate or join a Facebook group. Check out a few others tips from Andrew Kavanagh’s interview on the Infocus Interview Show.
Luster is the number one paper choice for photographers. It offers the vibrant colors of glossy with the finger-resistant finish of matte. Learn more tips on printing your photos.
Shirts wrinkle. This is a fact of life. In portraits, wrinkles are distracting undesirables. When doing a head and shoulders portrait, have the subject leave her or, in this case,
One of the things I’m asked to photograph often are speakers at corporate events. These can be boring and uninspiring if not photographed right. So remember this — look at