Have you seen the new Savage C-Stand in action? Let us break down the various unique applications only our patent-pending c-stand design offers!
In an ever growing photography industry, it can be hard to stand out and create truly unique photos. So why not bring in an element of creative color into your photographs with the Savage RGB Light Painter Pro LED Wand?
Any photographer who utilizes light stands, for off-camera lighting, knows the importance of investing in a quality stand. The safety and security of your lights, and sometimes, subject, depend on it. A good light stand is portable, easy functioning and sturdy – the Savage Drop Stand is all of the above.
Leaving the studio to shoot on location can be exciting, fun, and is always a challenge. Yet there’s a danger associated with travel. Have you ever arrived to a location shoot and realized with horror that you’ve forgotten some essential piece of gear? I have and let me tell you that it’s not a fun place to be.
The top favorite time of year to snap some fantastic pics is certainly Fall. It’s not just about the foliage — there’s also the soft golden light and the ambiance of the season. So grab your camera and get ready for some fun Fall photography projects!
Offering a superb show of foliage including bright displays of gold, scarlet, and orange, Fall is one of the best shooting times all year. If you’re a Fall Fanatic like myself you’ll appreciate these tips your next fall shooting session.
Summer is great for the beach, picnics, softball games and eating watermelon, but it can also be the worst time of year for making good pictures. A photographer must find creative ways to cope with the particular challenges of the longest and most beautiful days of the year.
I like landscapes. Always have. Everywhere I go in life there is a camera tucked away in my car, and I drive people crazy when I have to stop, get out of the car and make a picture. Here are a few ideas to think about if you happen to be like me and you just can’t help yourself.
Whether you’re traveling to build your location portfolio or simply taking a trip with family this summer, you’ll want to work on your travel photography technique. Your goal is to create envy-worthy images that you can post with pride to your site, blog and social media profiles. And, don’t forget to think “stock photography” and shoot images that you could sell upon your return.
If you love shooting at the beach, you know all too well about dealing with elements such as wind and sand along with high contrast scenes. These parameters can wreak havoc on your images and equipment. To avoid or compensate for these conditions follow these simple rules for success.