Ever heard someone say, "Nice camera. You must take amazing photos!"? Well, I feel like photography is one of those activities where "size doesn't matter but it's how you use the equipment you have" applies. In the spring of 2013 I was at Kerry Park here in Seattle and I saw someone with a really nice camera and a huge lens and people kept coming up to him and complimenting … [Read more...] about You must take amazing photos with that camera!
Our crew has a special guest on and talks about drones / quadcopters and how they may be useful in photography and just for fun! We have a few great points that we find uses for and had some fun too! Do you use a Quadcopter? … [Read more...] about Drone Photography, is it for you?
The team discusses when to convert your images to Black and White. Also discusses some of the benefits of shooting in monochrome vs color to check your tones out. Tune in and leave comments on when you switch from color photography to B&W Be sure to subscribe if you want to keep up on this WEEKLY FREE show! … [Read more...] about Black & White Photography – When to convert?
Introduction My name is Suzanne Renfrow, and I'm obsessed with wildlife photography. I've been shooting wildlife with a DSLR for only a couple of years, I have no formal photographic training, and I have mid-range equipment. However, there are certain techniques and tips that I've learned that can help any wildlife photographer to take their images to a higher level. I'd like … [Read more...] about Practical Wildlife Photography Tips and Techniques – Composition
It wasn’t in the plan to become a product photographer. But being offered a chance at a large jewelry catalog image shoot began a new era for me. I became fascinated with building the light and learning how to craft images. This process has changed how I look at and work with all images I take. From landscape to portraits, products and still life, I now look at the light and … [Read more...] about Seeing the Light – A Photographers Journey