When hired for a photoshoot you do not want to forget anything. When going on location you have a higher risk of not having something you need. Here are a few things that I always try to bring that are not always necessary, but I have found from experience these things can help a great deal.
A new year is in the loom and throughout the world people are deciding what they want to change for the year ahead. So what should us photographers aim to change? Here are 10 resolutions that can help us all become better photographers in 2011.
We’ve all seen photos at shows with point-and-shoot cameras or even our cell phones. But as we all found out, our pictures turned out incredibly dark, incredibly orange, and or incredibly noisy. While I might be bias, I believe concert photography has some of the hardest elements to deal with on the job.
Traditionally, a camera’s flash is used to artificially fill a scene with light to allow for a brighter photo in certain situations. Most cameras though have multiple flash modes that allow you to use your flash creatively.
A simple leaf holds a great deal of photographic potential. Photographing leaves is an amazing way to meddle with lighting, composition and the world of macro photography. Here’s how to try it for yourself.