Getting Organized- Part 2

April 23, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Getting Organized - Part 2 This is a follow-up from my post earlier this month that spoke about the many things that a photographer or anyone within the industry should consider when working either from the standpoint of a serious hobby through a full time profession Anatomy of an Event. Anyone in the photography industry often has many, many hat...
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April 09, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Recently I was Shutterfest (Highly recommended), which is a trade show for photography held annually in Missouri. Within the show they had many classes, demonstrations, and lectures, once of which involved a groom and a bride. While instructor was discussing lighting and poses it seemed as though the models portraying the bride and groom were uncom...
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Oh my lord.. I forgot! (Anatomy of an Event)

April 02, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Anatomy of an event (or.. consider things things to avoid a REALLY bad day) Unless you are working for a large studio, chances are there are many pieces of a photoshoot that you will need to take care of. This is true for the photographer, but also true in many respects for talent, such as models, vendors, make-up artists etc.. Lets assume an...
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March 26, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Beaded silver Mat Silver White Bl. backing Translucent refl. Translucent Shootthru Umbrellas are still very common is photography studios, and they come is a vast variety of styles and sizes. A question that I recently asked myself is what impact would different styles of umbrellas have on an image. I set up single strobe kept it at the same power...
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Original Themes in Cities

March 19, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Many people will say that there are no more original themes anymore in images, this may or may not be true, but when making your images it's a good idea to think about how can I make this image better or more original? This may be from an unusual angle or location as you frame your shot. If many photographers are huddled in one spot, well that mean...
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