I had someone recently ask me to do a blog post that showed my entire process from beginning to end on a shoot. I thought that Sagittarius was a good example that showed a lot of what goes on in my head through every stage of the creation of a photo. Concepting Sagittarius About a […]
Reader Questions: How do I get better at indoor lighting with out reading that really long convoluted strobist blog?
One of my readers, the lovely Shawn Miles, asked me to write a blog post on indoor lighting. She’s struggled with reading the Strobist Blog but wants to get into lighting. Now let me start off by saying that I am a big fan of the Strobist Blog. I think it’s a great resource to […]
How To Find Models
I’ve had several people like the wonderful Shawn Miles ask me how to find models to work with when you’re just starting out. I discovered Meetup.com back in 2003 and quickly found lots of photography-based meetups in the Seattle area. I began attending Meetups at a local studio that brought models in so that photographer […]
[More] Photography Resources I Like
A while ago I did a post about which resources I find useful from around the interwebs. Here’s an updated addition to that list. Podcasts AdoramaTV This is the podcast for the giant camera store, Adorama. There’s a fair amount of shilling gear, but there’s lots of good introduction-to-photography podcasts for the beginners, some great […]
Semi-Random Photography Business Tips
This is going to seem pretty random, but my theme for today’s post is about various photography business tips, so they’re all kind-of sort-of related. Bare with me. First up, my friend Tasha, an incredible portrait, wedding and concert photographer in Chicago posted this great FAQ on her blog about Affording Your Wedding Photographer. Next, […]
http://www.calebcharland.com I recently discovered the photography of Caleb Charland, who has done some very cool photography of some really fun science experiments. Great stuff, my man!
Photography Resources I Like
In the past 6-months or so I’ve really become a photography info junky. Whether it’s reading the blogs of professional photographers, tutorial sites on photo manipulations, or podcasts on just about anything photo-related. I figured I’d share with you guys the resources that I’ve found most useful.