We are proud to debut the new Savage Timeless Textures Canvas Photography Backgrounds to you this year!
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!
Are you the type of photographer that is set in your ways? While it’s important on the one hand to be able to produce consistent results, it’s also important to push your creativity to keep your work fresh and exciting. One such way I was able to do this was by using collapsible backdrops and photographing them with lower apertures.
This photo album was shot by photographer Miguel Quiles and features our Monsoon, Lakeside and Indigo Nights Collapsible Backdrops, shot with a beautiful mottled and blurred effect for a nice, dreamy like portrait. See Full Gallery>>
When I first started photographing portraits in studio I knew that I had to have a gray backdrop, but I often wondered which one was the “right” one to choose. In this article I’ll help you decide which shade of gray would be best for your particular application!