Did your eye head straight to Breaker Novogratz? It’s not the lightest or the brightest object in the image, in fact it is nearly the darkest. What draws your eye in is the shape. The rest of the photograph is dominated by vertical and horizontal lines. The grid window frames, the shadows, the railing, even […]

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Top Model Release App: Designed Exclusively for Photographers’ Peace of Mind When I first began my career as a professional photographer, I undervalued the necessity of getting the subjects of my portraits to sign releases; I was solely focused on crafting incredible pictures to build-up my portfolio. As industry figures began to take note of […]

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Often emerging portrait photographers lack confidence in their ideas. If that is you, don’t let it show!  Your subject will pick up on your insecurities and loose faith. Learn to trust your gut and believe in your vision for a shot – radiate that confidence and dedicate yourself to making it a success. When shooting […]

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Catherine Chalmers home studio is full of roaches, praying mantis, mice, and other creepy crawlies. She shows us where nature and culture collide in some disturbing, evocative, yet beautiful imagery. Throughout the interview Catherine shared some tips on how she prepares and shoots her unique subjects: 1. Like a painter, control the color of your palette […]

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Pioneer Eddie Tapp joins host Catherine Hall and Leo Laporte to tell the story of how and why he switched to digital photography in 1993. Eddie explains the fundamentals of digital photography and what it means to get it right in the camera. As well as giving us must-know tips on post processing. Eddie shares […]

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