photo tips

To say that Grand Teton National Park is an iconic photography destination is almost an understatement.
I'm very pleased with the result - and, of note, one of the limited edition prints of this image resides in the permanent
Given the option to repeat the 4:30AM wake up and return to the trail of the fire ants or do something else the next day
A minor albeit not trivial footnote. The Dome of the Rock sits atop the exact site of both the First and Second Temples and
Make your feed look like that of a professional photographer.
It's only natural to want to take better photos and document the experience in order to relive it down the road (and--let's be honest--it's fun to show off a little on Instagram). But not all photos are created equal.
I don't mean to brag...but I saw a DRASTIC increase in attention from my Instagram pics after I learned how to actually take good pictures. Instagram is an art, and I don't care how weird I sound saying that.
Is it really that hard to believe that a young female would be traveling on her own, without the financial aid or company of a man? Apparently it is, because whenever I post a photo with just me in it when I'm traveling, at least one person says, "Who's taking the picture?"
Someone's always having a bad hair day or isn't in the mood to smile or the shirt they really wanted to wear was rolled up in a ball in the laundry hamper with a big stain. It takes literally hundreds of shots to get one useable photo. But in the end, it's worth it.
I was on assignment in Fiji when I met a reputable photographer who had no compunction about demanding his subjects remove
Still daunted by settings and white balance, I shot in auto mode but I did try and pay attention to composition and create images that would help me tell a story.
So you say you're not photogenic? That the camera puts on unwanted pounds? Or you're just too camera shy? From the Facebook news feeds I see, this isn't the case anymore. People are photographing themselves in selfies and group photos and are sharing them all over social media.
As a professional travel photographer, I have had the privilege to travel and work in over 48 countries. The circumstances are often stressful, and time is always limited. To ensure a successful shoot, I always follow these five steps.
For years I'd ben alienated by photo advice books. Then I met George. he guy you can hand your point-and-shoot camera to and he'll take a better picture than you just took with exactly the same camera 60 seconds ago. Without adjusting anything on the camera.
- Using the camera flip feature on your iPhone doesn’t take a super clear photo…INSTANT FILTER! Guys: If you just went to
2012-05-07-ScreenShot20120507at10.35.jpg There I was, brand new entry-level dSLR in hand, ready and willing to learn, expecting to come home with a memory card full of great pictures. All you need to do is use a fast shutter speed, right?