If you have traveled to anywhere considered "touristy", then you probably already understand the woes of being a photographer who has too many people in the scene they want to photograph. Even if [...]
When photographing an image with some type of line, path, or object that will go out of my frame, my very first instinct is to find a way to push it towards one of the corners...
Question: I just got a new camera, but Lightroom (or Photoshop) does not recognize or support my files. How do I fix this? Answer: Many camera manufacturers use proprietary files for their RAW [...]
Ever since moving to the Pacific Northwest, I definitely have had my fair share of photographing waterfalls. In fact, I became infatuated with landscape photography after realizing that I could, in fact, photograph something that was [...]
A few months back I took a pottery class here in Portland, and on the last day I brought in my camera to photograph some of the other students' work. I didn't want to go too elaborate with the setup, so I opted to make use of the beautiful diffused window-light coming into the classroom.
In this short video I share a tip on a benefit of using diffusers to soften the light with food photography. To view the full behind-the-scenes video of this shoot, click here. Watch [...]