Shooting as a team can be a big challenge. It may seem easy – two people means you can get twice as many shots! But the logistics of working together (who shots what, from where, with what, and when) can make anyone flustered. We have been shooting as a team since the very beginning – about 7 years now. And along the way we've had our fair share of frustrations. But after … [Read more...] about How To Shoot As A Photography Team Without Going Crazy
What type of metering should I use for outdoor fashion photography under trees on a sunny day? - Gamaliel … [Read more...] about Q&A: Metering Modes, Output Sharpening, And More
I know that investing time in building skills is more important than investing money in gear, but how do I know whether my camera is limiting my ability to grow? What factors do you guys consider when determining whether it's time to upgrade? - Steph Ah, good question. That's certainly a tough thing to determine, and will differ for every photographer. But here are … [Read more...] about Q&A: When To Buy A New Camera, Watermarking, and More!
Anyone can capture great photos of lightning! There's something magical about photographing this awesome and beautiful force of nature. Luckily its pretty easy to do — all you need is a camera capable of shooting in manual or bulb mode, a tripod, and a bit of patience! … [Read more...] about Getting The Shot: How to Photograph Lightning
I am shooting my first wedding next Saturday and am really nervous about the procession and recession shots! I know you recommend One Shot mode for this situation, but I'm worried about getting my exposure fast enough and if it's best to rotate the focus points or focus recompose? - Sandra … [Read more...] about Q&A: Focusing, Marketing, Organization & More