Archive for 'Photographer Interviews'
On the PicTapGo blog we’ve started a weekly piece called, “PicTapFeatured.” Each week we choose an amazing photographer who has been using the app to write a feature on. If you’re looking for serious inspiration you should definitely make reading them part of your weekly routine.
Want to be a master of Phone-tography? Then check out this infographic featuring mobile photography tips from the PicTapGo Community on Instagram.
Ireland based photographer Corin Bishop has a true passion for the art of photography. His dedication shows in each of his stunning images. As a long time contributor to our Photoshop recipes site and advocate for Totally Rad! we couldn’t be happier to have him as this month’s feature photographer.
It’s that time, time to say goodbye to February. We’ve had a lot of fun here at Totally Rad! this month, and we’re sharing some of our highlights below.
This guest post from Julie Kuzmenko McKim will teach you to “read” the lighting in a photograph to figure out how it was made. It is a must read for anyone wanting to learn studio lighting.
Josh and Michelle Beller are the powerhouse team behind Mi Belle Photography and they’re passionate about documenting weddings and portraits through epic and unforgettable imagery. We were lucky enough to catch up with them for a mini-interview, and their responses are definitely worth a read.
This week our very own Doug Boutwell will be walking you through the ins and outs of Pro Retouch 2.0 in a free webinar this Thursday, Jan. 24th at 4pm PST. Tune in live to learn so much retouching magic you’ll swear you’re at Hogwarts.
After nearly two decades in daily journalism as a staff photographer at the Arizona Republic and The Chicago Tribune Paul Gero transition his career into portraiture and wedding photography. He is a die hard RadLab fan, and we’re very excited to feature him in a mini-interview.
Because we’re not immune to New Year Resolutions a big part of our photo talk lately is about what we want to do with our photography in the coming months. We’ve rounded up some of the crew’s favorite photo ambitions for 2013.