It’s easy to adjust your camera if your viewfinder looks blurry. Next to your viewfinder, you’ll see a small wheel — this is called a diopter. With a lens cap
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
It’s a good idea to create a new copyright preset at the end of each year — but don’t just overwrite the previous year’s preset. Keeping all year’s presets will
My trusted Nikon D700 shutter died after 149,652 photos. The shutter needed to be replaced at a cost of about $200. Not bad, but it got me thinking — how
Quick tip on studio lighting
Quick tip on how to use long exposure to remove people from a scene.
Using a fog machine indoors — especially in a small, unvented room — can be challenging. On your next shoot, try Atmosphere Aerosol, a.k.a. Fog in a Can. Atmosphere Aerosol looks like hairspray,
Quick tip on how to clean your camera lens.
A single Lightroom catalog makes managing Lightroom a lot easier.
When shooting in the hot sun, you will often run across situations where you have a lot of shadows on your subject. To get around this, try using a fill
If you consistently see a blurry viewfinder on your camera, but your images come back clear when you edit them, there’s one simple solution — adjust the wheel next to
Instagram stories are a great way to build your social media brand on Instagram. This can lead to new clients too!
If you really want to up your photography or editing skills, set aside a few hours each week to watch videos or read articles on areas you want to improve on and stick to the schedule.
As Daylight Savings time ends, what does this mean for photographers? Time to rethink what you plan to photograph.