A review of “Making Light An Introduction to Off-Camera Flash” by Piet Van den Eynde, published through Craft & Vision. A beginners guide to improving your flash photography using off camera flash. What photography equipment to buy (and why), how to set it up and some examples of the resulting images created with this technique. Target market reader is the beginner photographer who wants to learn more about flash photography technique.
In an available light workshop held at the Alberta Railway Museum, students learned many digital photography tips including how to make use of available lighting techniques. These photography tips show how to use window lighting, direct sunlight and reflectors to enhance the subject. Understanding how to look for good light and then accentuate your subject or model with natural light techniques.
You’re heading off on a new travel adventure to a far away land and you want to make sure you’ve thought of everything regarding your camera equipment before you go. These travel photography tips from a seasoned travel photographer will have you thinking about things you may not have considered. From camera gear, bags and camera insurance, to making sure your photos are backed up for safe keeping before you even get home.
Photographer David du Chemin has released his latest book A Deeper Frame which explains how to create a story within your one frame photograph. He describes how as professional photographers, we must create more depth within our images through the use of depth, color, perspective, light and a few other methods. He changes our way of thinking about photography and helps us understand why we must move from the HOW of photography to the WHY. This is my review of A Deeper Frame.
I’m so excited to tell you all that my photography and an interview with Rob and I have been featured in The Paper from Dwight, IL. The reporter, Meta Machulis, got a hold of us a couple weeks ago and asked if we were open to the idea and we were thrilled of course! She…