Monthly Archives December 2012

Quick Tip: I often create intrigue and depth in my images through the use of storytelling.  In this image for John Deere, I created two distinct narratives to play off one another. The first in the lower portion of the frame and the second in the upper third, together the pair establish a cohesive story […]

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  Quick Tip: Have fun and PLAY with your clients. Don’t rely on often stiff posing when engaging images may also be created by simply playing.  Whether its having your client bring their dog to play in a session, suggesting your clients play on objects of the natural environment, or asking a bride to pinch […]

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I am so grateful to be a part of such a vibrant and intelligent community of individuals. Thank you all for your loyal support, I can’t wait to see what the future holds!   Like this post12 Likes

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Time to lay off the auto settings and explore the manual side of photography! As noted above, values and settings may vary due to different lenses and cameras. Infographic created by Miguel Yatco of Living in the Stills Tumblr. Which setting do you use most often?   Like this post0 Likes

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