There really is a difference between shooting boudoir and shooting glamour, even though there is a fair amount of crossover. Understanding the difference between the two might actually be valuable information for directing where you take your business as a photographer.
Articles written by Rex Jones
The use of long exposure photography is quite a popular technique for capturing various cityscapes, traffic motion, and other stylistic shots involving light in motion. This quick tutorial is a great video filled with quite a few tips for anyone looking to play with this type of photography.
The business of photography can sometimes be fairly cutthroat, but it can also be a community full of great people who care and support each other. This is precisely the experience that one photographer shares after losing everything to the recent wildfires in California.
You're probably wondering how much can really be said about a backpack. However, if you're frequent reader here then you're probably similar to most of us staff writers in that you just love a good backpack and you know exactly how easy it is to have a lot to say about one.
Chromatic aberration and color fringing can often be overlooked, or simply dismissed as an unavoidable issue with lenses used. However, if you're one who would like an effective way of removing that from your shots in post production, this tutorial is meant just for you.
Boudoir shoots are inherently more quiet and less flamboyant by their very nature, but that doesn't mean that they have to be any less creative and unique than any other style of shoot. One of the ways that I have found to change things up with my boudoir work is to set up the shoots in random Airbnb properties instead of in studios.
That's right, you all know the type, the tourist that really gets under your skin and makes you wonder how it would feel to just accidentally push them off the cliff. You can't escape them, no matter which part of the world you happen to be in, so why not just join their ranks?
Postproduction for photographs, in our digital age, seems to be a never ending topic particularly since cameras and choices of software are always improving with ever better capabilities. When taking digital negatives and processing them for a completed product, techniques like high dynamic range processing can allow for more creative control of an image, which is precisely what this tutorial covers.
Cleaning up sensor dust, hot pixels, acne, or other particulate distractions that can manifest themselves in your photographs can be frustrating and tedious. Fortunately for you Adobe users, Lightroom has done its best to try and make that as easy and simple as possible.
Love it, or hate it, image stylization can be an incredibly powerful way to distinguish yourself from other photographers and users of social media. With the rise of Instagram came the rise of popular looks and options for styling your images, this video is all about how to create your own looks using Adobe Photoshop.
As photographers, we all want our work to look its absolute best no matter where it is being displayed. Since Instagram is a platform designed specifically for photos and video, it makes sense to prepare your images to look their best. Here is a quick tutorial for exporting your images just right for Instagram.
With the anticipated Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals rapidly approaching, saving on new gear purchases is something we have grown accustomed to associating with this time of year. Fortunately for you, there are savings that can can be taken advantage of right this minute!
Astrophotography can be incredibly rewarding, albeit daunting if you're new to this particular way of creating with a camera. In this on-location tutorial, we are given some great pieces of advice for how to go about shooting both landscapes and portraits under a nighttime sky.