Full of drama and enigma, candle lights can help you take some of the most dreamy shots. If you want to work with candlelights but don't know how then this blog is a must-read! Click below to explore some amazing tips on how to use the allure of candlelight in your photography!
Almost every photographer has a favorite time of day, but for a select few, the right timing can become something more: a cornerstone of their artistic practice. Check out the creative ideas to master golden hour and blue hour photography in the best possible way!
Want your photos and videos to be more dramatic, dynamic, and effective? The rule of thirds is what’s missing! Learn how to use it and how to break it for the perfect shots you’ve been dreaming of. Read all about it by clicking on the link!
Mastering rainy day photography is not as hard as you think! A few helpful tips can help you take stunning shots, be it portraits of your subjects or family photos! Read about the easiest ways to capture perfect photos on a rainy day by clicking on the link!
Scouting locations for your upcoming photoshoot can surely be an adventure of its own. It can be as easy as a walk in the park (quite literally!) or as rocky as a ride on the rollercoaster. However, the extra time that you invest in your project has the potential to make all the difference.
When there’s some downtime, industry professionals like to follow through on other projects and use the opportunity to re-evaluate the year. If productivity is the goal, here’s what to put on a to-do list!
The following will help you refresh your understanding of common lighting workarounds for various challenges that photographers come across. Be prepared to have some fun, as learning to read and manipulate light to bring out the best photos are always quite a revelation!
You are most likely well-equipped to shoot amazing headshots for others, but when it comes to your own headshot, you may not be prepared with the right one. If you’ve been feeling stuck and have seen a dip in your bookings, it could be your headshot.