If you ever take photos of people (which is just about everyone), then you’ve really got to watch Peter Hurley’s presentation. Peter, a renowned headshot photographer, tells you how to make anyone look good in front of a camera.
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Motion photography is a great way to capture the atmosphere of a scene. Whether it’s the movement in the clouds you’re photographing or the passing of a race car, these tips will help you set up and execute your motion shot.
Got a gig for wedding photography but stressing about it being overcast and not getting the right light? Or maybe you have to do a bit of family photography but don’t know how to get that happy family “glow” in your photo? Here are some tips to help you manipulate your lighting and produce great photos every time.
Kevin Paul is a professional portrait and wedding photographer with a real talent for capturing natural expressions. Here he shares 8 of his best tips for wedding, portrait and all types of candid photography.
A few weeks ago I was called upon to fill in as a real estate photographer. It’s something I’d never done before and with basic equipment I was a bit hesitant. Nevertheless I gave it a shot, and with a bit of experimentation I found a way to ‘fake’ having a wide-angle lens.