Why You Should Keep Your Wedding Photography Simple

In recent years weddings have become much more relaxed and documentary wedding photography is taking over. How can reducing our need to make choices when shooting help our fair play? I want to be clear: documentary wedding photography isn’t just about taking pictures of people without their knowledge. For me, it’s about capturing the story … Read more

13 Tips for Gorgeous Cave Photography

Cave photography is exhilarating, powerful and breathtaking all at once. But caves pose unique challenges for photographers; low light levels make it difficult to capture detailed exposure, and cave conditions can be uncomfortable or downright dangerous. In this article, I share my top tips for great cave photos. Concretely, I explain: The techniques (and gear) … Read more

5 Ways My Mirrorless Camera Is Better Than My Old DSLR

It’s common today to find professional photographers eager to embrace new equipment offerings from manufacturers. I remember a time when things were different and pros were content to stick with gear that suited their current needs. Back when I was in college, I bought a Minolta Maxxum 7000, one of the first consumer cameras to … Read more

5 Important Factors for Better Reflections in Landscape Photography

The reflections in the foreground of your landscape always provide a satisfying viewing experience because of the depth and symmetry they create. Here are some steps that can help you get a more refined output. One of the most appealing visual design techniques in landscape photography is the use of symmetry. In a natural setting … Read more

7 Easy Tips for Amazing People Photography

Struggling to capture high quality photos of people? You’re not alone. People photography can be hard. Posing, keeping the subject relaxed, choosing the right settings – that’s enough to make anyone’s brain ache! Luckily, I’m a seasoned portrait shooter, and in this article, I share my absolute best tips for photographing people like a pro. … Read more

My Friend’s Smartphone Took a Photo That Rivals My Full-Frame Camera

Left: Photo taken with a Samsung Galaxy S22. Right: Photo taken with a 5D Mark III. Over the past few years, manufacturers have repeatedly blamed smartphones for being the reason the camera market has collapsed so dramatically, and recent experience now has me perfectly clear. Last weekend I attended the Southport skate jam and as … Read more

Photographer Shares Her Client’s Wildest Editing Requests

Working photographers will get crazy Photoshop requests from time to time, but it seems Megan Kelly is getting more than most after rising to fame for her ‘What People Asked Me To Edit’ video series. In the outrageous series, Kelly details demands such as; take out my ex boyfriend, add my deceased grandparent, make me … Read more

Your Work Deserves a .photography Domain

If you’re trying to establish your name as a professional photographer, creating the right website and choosing an appropriate domain name for your business is critical to your success. Full disclosure: This article was sponsored by Identity Digital. Building your brand as a photographer can be an overwhelming task. The identity you find yourself on … Read more

Georgia O’Keeffe, Photographer | Collector Daily

JTF (just the facts): Co-published in 2021 by Yale University Press (here) and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (here). Hardcover, 10 × 10.7 inches, 288 pages, with 588 color illustrations. Includes essays by Lisa Volpe and Ariel Plotek, plus a comprehensive catalog of known photographic works by the artist. (Cover and distribute the plans … Read more