Today we have 50 quick photography tips from the guys over at DigitalRev. They deliver informative tips with a sense of humor. We are big fans and hope you enjoy.
Yet another great tip from photographer Peter Hurley. If you want to improve the way you or your client looks in your next selfy or session, check out the video below.
People love candid photography, because it truly captures slice of life moments that will never be repeated and it invokes a sense of the “now.” Only, most people go around taking staged photos and asking people to say “cheese”
Portrait photography is something we have all attempted at some level or another. Sometimes it takes just a few tips to take your photography to the next level. Below are 10 tips that should help do just that.
Do you want to instantly improve your portrait photography with one amazing tip? If so, watch this high energy video by photographer Peter Hurley explaining how to magically improve a head shot by accentuating the jawline of your subject.
The quickest way to save your photos is to copy them from the camera memory and to paste into some folder on your computer. That’s very easy and thanks to the preview option you can always find photos you need. But when it comes to the web it appears that search engines can’t see your photos like common people. Search engine crawlers scan your website’s HTML code and “read” your pictures’ URLs and descriptions. In their world your photos don’t exist, so you have to be patient enough to put them up to the beauty of your photos.
As a newborn photographer, one of the things I learned over time was that a session with a brand new baby can be fraught with extreme stress. Stress can be on both the side of the photographer as well as the parents, and the only way to address this is by meticulous planning.
One of the most basic but crucial skills in photography is how to hold your camera. Not only hold it but hold it to achieve the sharpest image possible, even in low light situations.
Jack-o-lanterns, spooky decorations, and costumed children are clear signs that Halloween is at hand. What does this mean to photographers? It usually indicates the opportunity for low-light photography, unique compositions, and even some experimental techniques.
Capturing the color of autumn is a unique window of opportunity for any photographer – vibrant colors can transform an otherwise mundane scene into a blanket of red, yellow, and orange hues.
Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed with a never-ending to-do list? Running a successful photography business takes plenty of time and effort, and streamlining your workflow will give you more opportunity to photograph clients –– not to mention more down time for yourself (the final season of Breaking Bad doesn’t watch itself!).