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Portrait Photography

From families, to newborns, to pets, portrait photography is one of the most popular types of photography today and includes dozens of sub-specialties and styles. Unlike other photography niches, portrait photography is all about the subject - aiming to capture the unique personality or mood of whoever is being photographed. 

“Real Women” Fashion Editorial

“Real Women” Fashion Editorial

Clothing boutique, Bead&Reel, and Hanna Grace Photography recently collaborated to create beautiful images of “real women” wearing the ethical clothing Bead&Reel carries using our Gray Marble Backdrop.

How to Capture Beautiful Spring Children’s Portraits

How to Capture Beautiful Spring Children’s Portraits

Photographing children can be joyful and challenging all at once. Their natural state is to be in constant movement, make silly faces or have short attention spans. It can be frustrating to get not only your own child to cooperate but gaining the trust of a client’s little one can be even more daunting. These tips will help you take some wonderful Spring portraits this season.

8 Tips for Better Candid Photography

8 Tips for Better Candid Photography

The art of spontaneous photography is just as important as being able to capture a beautifully composed portrait. The best candid photos should be simple and unposed as well as provide honest, sincere and memorable shots.

Matching Your Background to Your Subject

Matching Your Background to Your Subject

Choosing the best background for a portrait session can be tricky. There are many factors to consider when choosing a color such as clothing, skin tone, hair color, and more, but the thing to focus on is creating contrast. 

Photographing Athletes

Photographing Athletes

Being involved in sports for most of my life I have a special fondness of working with athletes. They do things that inspire us to be greater. In today’s article we’ll look at some ways to photograph athletes and make them look like the heroes we want to be!

Portraiture Noir

Portraiture Noir

Film noir was a genre of dark, stylized crime dramas that hit its apex in the ‘40s and ‘50s. The genre was a more or less a direct translation of the hardboiled detective novels that were popular at the time, so it used visual metaphors for their tropes to create its iconic look.