10 Tips For Better Travel Photos

Pro techniques to help you take unique and personal images for your photographic journal
Text & Photography By Nevada Wier
If you want to return home with a great travel portfolio, you need to break out of the tourist mentality and move beyond typical snapshots of postcard locations. Award-winning travel photographer Nevada Wier shares her top techniques to create photographs that are not only visually engaging, but reveal a more…

Pro Landscape Secrets

Step up your scenic photography with these key techniques
Text & Photography By Ian Plant
Ever since Ansel Adams, photographs of the natural landscape have inspired people and fired the imagination. Great landscape photos, however, don't just happen by pointing your camera at pretty scenery. Instead, landscape pros use a number of techniques to make captivating images, bringing their subjects to life with composition, color…

The 6 P’s Of Selling

Use these principles to create a solid foundation for your photo studio
Text & Photography By Kulia Kelleher
Going from hobbyist to pro, or even part-time pro, is overwhelming, scary and, honestly, can take a stab at your self-esteem. After all, you're about to embark on a journey to sell you—your art—and that's deeply tied into your self-worth and what you stand for. And when the exchange of…

Photo Exercise: Something You Made

Tell the story of a handmade item with context and detail
Text & Photography By Alessandra Cave
"I want to learn more and more to see as beautiful what is necessary in things—then I shall be one of those who make things beautiful." —Friedrich Nietzsche When we make something with our own hands, we not only feel great satisfaction, but we also bring more beauty into the…

Tasty Angles

Where to place your camera for inviting photos of food
Text & Photography By Christina Peters
Do you have trouble figuring out what camera angle to use for your food shots? I find that, with the students I teach, this is a common problem. When I first started teaching, I would do a demo in class, where I set up my camera while my colleague, who…

A New Take On Wedding Photography

10 insights for creating stunning art that will resonate with contemporary clients
Text & photography By Sal Cincotta
GRIP CONTROLS FACE SLICE A weak grip leads to an open face. Unless you're trying to hit one on purpose, this grip is a surefire way to help you slice the ball. A weak grip leaves less room for the hands to rotate, which for a chronic hooker of the…
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