Thursday, April 21, 2011
Shooting From the Hip Photography – PictureCorrect: "Hip shooting, which was named after gun fighting, is a photographic style described as shooting photographs from waist level without using the viewfinder of the camera to centralize the subject. This is a learned technique and can be very hit or miss while you are learning it."
Posted by steve at 11:22 AM
Beginners Tips for Sunrise Portraits : Part I: "I’d heard stories of photographers who exclusively work with sunrise light for their portrait sessions – even those who require wedding portraits to be conducted during that time. My skepticism ran deep: who in their right mind would subject themselves to several hours of lost sleep and the early morning cold for a photo-shoot? Could the end-product differences be that significant?"
Posted by steve at 10:34 AM
Small Lighting for Big Results: "We’ve all heard it, the question that has haunted mans inner paranoia for centuries, the question that photographers ponder everyday, shoot to shoot…does size matter? I’m talking about lighting size and needs"
Posted by steve at 10:33 AM