Most photographers prefer to photograph in natural light. The sun is an amazing light source, but if you’re only taking photos when the sun is up, you might be overlooking some really awesome sources of light. Here are 9 unexpected sources of light that can create beautiful, striking photographs.(…)
If you’re like me, you work a long day out of the home, departing as the sun is coming up and returning after sundown. You would think that this would impose extreme limits on your ability to take meaningful daily photographs. I beg to differ—winter is a wonderful time to push yourself creatively by pushing your camera to extremes by cranking up your ISO!
ISO is one third of the exposure triangle, which is also comprised of aperture and shutter speed. (…)
Happy New Year friends! We hope you all had a safe and happy holiday season and that 2013 kicks off with a great start! We are kicking off the New Year with our very first CMpro of the Month for the year, the fabulous Kate T Parker! Kate is a brilliant natural light photographer with a knack for creating beautiful and dramatic art. We are thrilled to have an interview with Kate be the first thing on our photography blog(…)
We all can use more drama in our lives, right? Especially at home. Who doesn’t like drama at home?
What?!? Am I alone here??
Wait, I think you misunderstood.
I meant dramatic light. You know, darks and lights intersecting with a gorgeous subject placed just so. Just the thought makes me want to grab my camera (and my unwilling kids).
That kind of drama is always good…at least when we’re speaking photographically. All the other kinds, eh, let’s leave it to the Real Housewives. (…)