Creative Wedding Photos

Photographing a wedding is one of the most challenging assignments a photographer can take.
By William Sawalich, Photography By Laura Pineda
Photographing a wedding is one of the most challenging assignments a photographer can take. For photographers who excel at it, like Laura Pineda, owner of Alternate Angles Photography, it’s a passion. You can hear the excitement in Pineda’s voice when she talks about weddings, and with 15 years of experience,…

Photo Storytelling

How do you capture and convey the essence of a place with still photographs?
Text & Photography By Mark Edward Harris
How do you capture and convey the essence of a place with still photographs? A well-crafted photo essay is the answer. Travel magazine photo editors will tell you “a location isn’t a story.” In other words, you can’t suggest an idea to a publication by saying, “I want to do…

Dramatic Weather Photography

Should we turn back?” a workshop participant asks between breaths.
Text & Photography By Tom Bol
Should we turn back?” a workshop participant asks between breaths. “Those thunderheads look really nasty.” “No way!” I reply. “Those clouds are going to make this day exciting. Just be ready to head down if you see lightning.” We’re in the middle of an uphill slickrock slog to Delicate Arch…

Flattering Light For Portraits

Let’s get one thing straight: There’s no simple formula for portrait lighting.
By William Sawalich
Let’s get one thing straight: There’s no simple formula for portrait lighting. To make great portraits, you need to understand how to make your subject look his or her best, and to do that you have to find or create great light. Almost any lighting style can be used to…

Beyond HDR

One thing I love about digital photography is the capability to create images that are closer to what we see in the world, rather than being restricted by the technological limitations of the camera sensor.
Text And Photography By Rob Sheppard
Double-Processing RAW: Shadows One thing I love about digital photography is the capability to create images that are closer to what we see in the world, rather than being restricted by the technological limitations of the camera sensor. High dynamic range photography, or HDR, has become popular because of its…

Travel With Still+Video

The year 2009 will go down in history books as a revolutionary one for photography.
Text & Photography By Mark Edward Harris
The year 2009 will go down in history books as a revolutionary one for photography. It ended the era when stills were stills and video was video, and never the twain would meet. Shooting professional-looking video with hybrid DSLRs has come of age. In 2010, we’ve seen the release of…
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