Archive for 'Photographer Interviews'
The only thing that comes close to our love for photography is our love for talking about photography! Our staffers have decided to get together to share some of our favorite online photography resources.
You shot the photos, toiled away editing, and it is finally time to send away for prints. Just one problem, your printer offers a TON of paper options, and you have no idea which to choose. Lucky for you the good people at ProDPI are here to help.
Let’s face it; Photo editing can be a little scary. There are a million tools, and a million little ways to use them. The good news is we’ve got your back. For this week’s webinar we’re going to collect your questions ahead of time, and at 4 pm PDT on Thursday July 12th Doug is going to give you some answers.
Along with some great prizes, Doug will be showing you how to get the most of Lightroom with three different Totally Rad! products, including exclusive LR4-only features. Your workflow definitely doesn’t want to miss it!
I’ll be honest, I have mixed feelings about January. On the one hand, the New Year is an opportunity to start fresh, set new goals and establish new habits. On the other hand, the New Year brings with it a lot of pressure to start fresh, set new goals and (you guessed it!) establish new habits. Add to that the sheer exhaustion that inevitably comes during the Holidays and January can be a real bummer.
We caught up with Mathieu Snelson to ask him about the experiences behind capturing the heart warming images from a USMC homecoming that we shared on our Facebook page and Twitter last week.
Have you ever heard of a 365 project? It is one of the biggest undertakings a photographer can do. Come on in, we’ll tell you all about it!
Developing a consistent visual style is one of the most important things you’ll ever do with your photography. It will help you create a strong brand, that gives your clients confidence in your work. We recently were able to catch up with the talented Keith Cephus for a quick Q + A about creating a strong visual style.
The best photographers never stop learning, and there is no better way to learn than to work for someone you respect. To help you improve we’ve collected some of the best advice on second shooting from some of the best photographers out there.