A must read guide before going on vacation about how to improve travel photography Traveling and taking photographs have been in my blood for as long as I can remember. It started out with the disposable cameras that every kid took on field trips because at that age, nobody could be trusted with the real […]
Want to make your photographs more exciting and set yourself a part from others? Try incorporating action shots next time you shoot. “But my subject doesn’t move,” you say. That’s where the exciting part comes in. Action shots do exist in the food world – pouring on sauce, dipping a chip, stirring a pot, piping […]
It’s been awhile since I brought you a photography lesson. Awhile back, I covered the different camera modes for most DSLRs. Today I’m going to talk about the Shutter Speed (Tv for Canon, S for Nikon) Mode. Now that the weather is getting nicer and people are playing outside, there are plenty of opportunities to […]
Improving photography – it’s the one goal I heard over and over again when I asked what everyone’s goals were for 2013. Since my last 5 Things post really took off, I decided to start another one focusing on how to improve photography. I’m talking more about your thought process rather than equipment used (although […]
If you are into food photography, chances are you want to get your hands on some wooden boards for your base. Me too, but who wants to deal with gluing, sanding, and painting? You can easily assemble Faux Wooden Boards using vinyl boards and posterboard in 10 minutes without splinters and the mess.