I’m often asked what I use for camera equipment and software to create my images, so I’ve finally compiled a list of some of the things I use most often and what I recommend. I will be expanding on each of these in more detail at some point (need more hours in the day) so…
Every year the Bissell center of Edmonton serves a New Years meal to the inner city homeless and low income persons. I have participated in the days events for over 20 years and this year I was asked to photograph it. I hope that my images of the event will help others understand what they provide and how they help the people who need it the most.
Featured authors from David duChemin’s Craft & Vision book series discuss methods of photography they wished they’d learned earlier. In this free ebook, learn how to make the most of lighting, composure, lenses, post image processing and more. This free ebook is a valuable resource for new and experienced photographers alike.
Toddler pictures capture the heart of anyone viewing the photograph. They’re tiny, cute and adorable, so make sure you work with your subject. This simple photography tip will help you learn how to work with your baby for a better picture.
Taking better travel photos can be as simple as moving your subject away from the object and featuring them instead of the location. Use the location as a backdrop and focus on your subject.