Mastering the technical skills of photography are not the only components to creating memorable visual imagery. Developing your creative eye is probably the most important skill you’ll need. You’ll learn to see the world with your own unique voice and be able to see creative potential in any situation.
Taking the jump to having your own fully stocked studio starts with one important decision: to rent or to own your space.
Wedding photography is showcasing some exciting new and unique trends this season. If you specialize in this lucrative market, check out these 2015 trends.
Like any field, staying in close connection with your fellow professionals can benefit you on so many different levels. Don’t think of these photographers as competition, think of them as a resource to improve your skills, broaden your client base and add revenue to the bottom line of your studio.
If you’ve ever captured a backlit portrait by accident you know how alluring and ethereal these images can be. Learning to master this lighting technique in both indoor and outdoor settings can be a new creative tool for your next portrait session.
One of the most significant facets of photography is to bring to light the beauty in every day subjects. Macro photography in particular has the ability to make works of art of the smaller things in life. The subject matter in this area is endless — from insects and flowers to water droplets. You only need to look around the house for some interesting objects to shoot.
Trying to choose which type of light modifier to use for your next shoot really comes down to what effects you want to achieve, along with budget. Just like with lenses, there is no “one size fits all” solution to lighting. When it comes to working with your studio lights, you’ll need to select the right tool for your project.
Did you know that by the year 2017, 74% of all Internet traffic will be video? And, retention rates for visual information can reach 65% vs. 10% for text-based information. With statistics like these, perfecting your video production skills is a must to increase your studio’s services offerings.
Looking for some inspiration, want to learn proper photographic techniques or perhaps you’re just striving to find your vision as a photographic artist? Here are some compelling reads, both classic and new, for 2015.
Backdrops are a great way to add variety and style to your sessions but sometimes having a cache of every color and type can also be pricey. Some ways to save on backdrops is to make your own. With a little brainstorming and some markers, tape or creative propping, you’ll be able to build one-of-a-kind backdrops using seamless paper.