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Shooting Outdoors

Many photographers begin their journey shooting outdoors. Why shouldn't they? The sun provides great natural light and there are endless locations that make a stunning backdrop. While the natural outdoors gives photographers freedom to explore and experiment, there are also some risks and extra responsibilities involved that photographers should be aware of.
8 Savage Solutions For Photographers On-The-Go

8 Savage Solutions For Photographers On-The-Go

Do you find yourself on the road a lot, driving to clients or shooting out on location? Looking for lighter, more compact, capable gear that won’t break the bank or slow you down? Here are 8 Savage products designed to lighten the load and speed up your workflow.

Taking the Savage Drop Stand™ Downtown

Taking the Savage Drop Stand™ Downtown

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.

What Should a Photographer Pack for a Photo Shoot?

What Should a Photographer Pack for a Photo Shoot?

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.

7 Simple Fall Photography Projects

7 Simple Fall Photography Projects

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!

Choosing Backgrounds for Wedding Photography

Choosing Backgrounds for Wedding Photography

Part of the struggle of wedding photography is finding the right background, however there are several options to choose from. Here you will find a few tips to help you discover what background works best for the day.

Using the Landscape as a Photo Backdrop

Using the Landscape as a Photo Backdrop

Some outdoors locations make excellent subjects for photography by themselves. Yet they also make beautiful backdrops for portraiture. As long as the weather permits an outdoors shoot, natural backdrops are available almost anytime and anywhere. 

Studio vs. Outdoor Photography

Studio vs. Outdoor Photography

At its best photography is inspired by light. Whether it’s a rich shade of purple on a canyon for two minutes following sunset, or the warm cast of tungsten lamps on a model’s bare skin, it’s the light that guides our work. It doesn’t matter if I’m shooting indoors or out, my focus on finding great light is the same. 

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