May 21st, 2013 - Comments Off
School photos for yearbooks are limited in the amount of creativity the photographer can use. They contain three-quarter or straight poses of the head and shoulders of each student, which makes some yearbooks look like they are filled with passport or driver’s license photos.
The photographer who contracts to take yearbook photos only has seconds with each student to capture the best image. Some might be tempted to use posing conventions such as a hand on a chin to add interest. However, it never works as intended, Read the rest of this entry »
April 6th, 2013 - Comments Off
Taking pictures only requires a camera and a computer to get started. However, even if top of the line equipment is purchased, it still does nothing to impart actual skills and experience to the new photographer. With any new skill there is a learning curve, and valuable lessons are often learned from mistakes made along the way. However, successes are much more fun than mistakes, and skills training is a head start toward success in photography.
Professional training, even for the Read the rest of this entry »
October 4th, 2012 - Comments Off
Are you a person who loves to take photos? Not just of the family and friends, but of anything that will stay still long enough for you to get the shot? You may even have a file folder of photos just as good or better than those you see online. Have you thought about selling your photos, but felt like you needed to be a professional photographer to so?
Believe it or not, there are many companies that buy stock photography online. The process is as simple as signing up and uploading the photos you want Read the rest of this entry »
October 2nd, 2012 - Comments Off
Most people display their personal photos in the privacy of their own homes. While these images may be admired by friends and family, they will hardly get someone a full time position as a photographer. If you are an amateur photographer looking for places to display your work you could try checking some of the local coffee houses. These places often feature the talent of local artists. Because photography is an art form, many coffee houses will display photos taken by local people. This is a good way to showcase your work Read the rest of this entry »
October 1st, 2012 - Comments Off
For so many years people took pictures in a boring studio against a fake background. Well, things have changed and for the better. Right now people young and old are leaving the studio and heading outdoors with their photographer to be photographed in a natural setting. This is the new normal and the results are incredible.
Posing outdoors by a tree, in a field or even in a grassy meadow can capture color and more to what would be a normal picture. There Read the rest of this entry »
September 28th, 2012 - Comments Off
Photographing young children can be interesting, to say the least. It’s always a challenge to keep their focus while capturing great, natural looking shots. The key to getting great photos of small children is having fun and staying relaxed. With a fun, friendly atmosphere, great photos are a snap.
Small children may be young, but they seem to know how to play us adults when it comes to photography. They will gleefully sulk and cry just when you need that smile, or even refuse to be still long enough to frame Read the rest of this entry »
September 27th, 2012 - Comments Off
Professional photographers always take the most pristine and perfect photographs. Most people envy the style and the beauty of photographs taken by these experienced individuals. It can be easy to produce exceptional pictures though, without the help of a professional. A great digital camera along with a few simple tips is all that is needed.
If a person wants to take professional looking photographs, they should first understand all of the settings and features on their camera. Different settings are used Read the rest of this entry »