Wedding Photographer Eating Alone Sparks Debate on How They are Treated

A wedding photographer who posted a video of himself having dinner alone while at work has sparked heated debate on social media. Photographer and cinematographer Julian Troncoso recounts PetaPixel that he didn’t expect to start an online discussion about the ethics of forcing wedding photographers to eat alone when he shared the lighthearted clip on … Read more

Photographer Captures Jupiter and Its Moons Rising Above a Barn

Photographer Brennan Gilmore has taken advantage of Jupiter’s closest position to Earth in the past 59 years and captured a photo of the gas giant with its four Galilean moons on the roof of a barn. The photo shows Jupiter along with its moons, from left to right, Ganymede, Europa, Io and Callisto and was … Read more

Guest Blog: Child and Family Photographer Tracy Sweeney

Editor’s Note: In honor of Tracy’s new KelbyOne course, Retouching In Lightroom: It’s All In The Details, we’re sharing her September 2020 guest post! FIVE TIPS FOR PRINTING AUTHENTIC MOMENTS IN CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY Well Hello! Tracy Sweeney here, owner/photographer of Elan Studio in Bristol, Rhode Island. I’m thrilled to be back and blogging about an … Read more

The Biggest Life Lesson for Becoming a Successful Photographer

There is a big mistake that some photographers repeat over and over again. It can cause more damage to their professional or amateur careers than a blurry photograph. I’m typing this in an apartment in Warsaw, Poland. On the wall, a series of black and white prints of Paris. These are fabulous shots, perfectly executed, … Read more

Guest Blog: Portrait Photographer Frank Doorhof

Editor’s Note: This was originally published in 2016, and I thought it would be great to share it again with Frank’s latest KelbyOne course! Some time ago I posted this online: When you look at carpenters, you won’t see them mocking each other because of the brand of hammer they use. They know that everything … Read more

Photographer Explores the Damage Humans Have Done to Earth

Photographer Anya Anti created 2.5 seconds, a climate change awareness project that she hopes will start a conversation about the issue and educate more people about the facts, the urgency of the crisis and the seriousness of its consequences. “I’ve always cared about the environment and loved nature,” says Anti PetaPixel. “But I guess it’s … Read more

5 Editing Mistakes I Made as a Beginner Photographer So You Don’t Have To

Image editing is not an easy task to undertake. Using editing software such as Lightroom or Capture One requires a bit of learning and getting used to. However, even if you know how to use editing software, you should still edit images in a way that enhances their beauty rather than destroying it. Essentially, you … Read more