Came across this great quote on Twitter this week—something to keep in mind when you’re creating a portrait!Read More
Photography is all about problem solving. Your job as a photographer is to create beautiful images under any circumstance. Sometimes the light will be great, your subject will be easy to work with, and you have lots of time to get what you need; other times, everything seems like it’s working against you. Shooting as often as possible is the best way to learn how to solve problems and work quickly. Here are my top 10 tips to help you work faster and get great images no matter the environment. Learn to Use Off-Camera Flash With great quality cameras...Read More
Gilmar Smith guides you through her personal process from idea to ﬁnal image, including how she gets her kids involved, how she lets them tell their own stories, and what she does when things don’t go as planned.Read More
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