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

Guest Blog: Music Photographer & Podcaster Steve Brazill

On stage at Self Help Festival 2018. Thanks to Adam Elmakias for the photo! What’s the best photo tip you’ve ever received? Hi! My name is Steve Brazill, and I’m a Southern California-based music photographer, and host of the Behind the Shot podcast. I want to start by thanking Scott for reintroducing me. I read … Read more

Wedding Shot List: Essential Moments a Photographer Should Capture

In my complete guide to wedding photography, I covered 10 critical moments a wedding photographer can’t miss. In this guide, I want to go online and take a closer look at what photos to take at a wedding. I’ll categorize it into a few categories to help simplify the way you think about your wedding … Read more

Eadweard Muybridge: The Photographer Who Froze Time

Before John Logie Baird first demonstrated his television in 1927, before Thomas Edison showed off his movie projector in 1888, photographer Eadweard Muybridge was making moving pictures. Edward James Muggeridge was born in Kingston upon Thames, a suburb of London, on April 9, 1830. He changed his name several times early in his life before … 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

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

Photographer Jona Frank Casts Actress Laura Dern as Her Mother

cherry hill is a book with a cinematic set of images by photographer Jona Frank about the trials and tribulations of her suffocated childhood in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. It features actress Laura Dern as Frank’s mother. Frank (born in 1966), is an artist photographer living in Los Angeles, California, who grew up under the … Read more