Whether you’re a professional photographer shooting a destination wedding, or you simply enjoy taking photos while traveling, figuring out how to handle your image workflow in the field can be a bit daunting. Not only are your photos super vulnerable when you’re moving around, but everything in your system needs to be smaller, lighter, and more efficient as well. … [Read more...] about Mobile Workflow: Photos
This holiday season you may find yourself with a bit of spare time in between unwrapping presents and eating large meals. You might even have received a camera as a gift and you’re wondering where to start! Well here are a few Wikipedia articles for you to browse that will help you establish a technical understanding of photography, as well as provide some history and … [Read more...] about A Wikipedia Tour of Photography
A while back I did a couple posts on tilt shift photography and one of the comments in the introductory post was a request by Erica and Ryan to take a look at a bellows camera (thanks for the request!). I thought it would be a great idea to take a look at our 4x5 large format camera to show how everything works. … [Read more...] about Why You Should Learn about 4×5 Large Format Photography
Colour is exciting!!!!!!! See how many exclamation points I used there? That’s because it’s true. Colour is fantastic and exciting and one of my favourite things. I’m stoked to share with you! … [Read more...] about Colour Branding for Photographers
A big part of our photography involves using available light. We use off-camera flash and bounced flash where necessary, but much prefer the simple beauty of natural light. … [Read more...] about How To Make Your Own Studio. For $20.