The Empty Apple: A New York City Time-lapse
Photography Unfiltered Update
Liisa & Ethan’s winter wedding was featured in Grace Ormonde, you can view more images from the feature here.
Photographer: Catherine Hall Studios | Venue: Squaw Valley | Dress Designer: Elizabeth fillmore (from mark ingram atelier) | Floral Designs: Bellissima Floral, Sara Spurlock | Cake Designer: Plumpjack| Caterer: Plumpjack | Hair: Letisha hill | Makeup: Josefine Wissenberg | Coordinator: One Fine Day Events, Stephanie Anderson | Slideshow Music: Sarah Mclachlan,”Song For A Winter’s Night”
I am beyond thrilled to announce the launch of the much anticipated iPad version of Top Model Release. Thanks everyone for your patience and your great feedback on how to improve TMR. We listened to your suggestions and also added couple key features and it is SICK.
- Switch between landscape and portrait views on your iPad
- Send your releases to iBooks and Dropbox using the “Send To..” button
- Print Capability
- FAQ Section
- Duplicate Model info, Shoot info, or the entire release
- Optimized for iPhone 5 and iOS 6
- And a few more great tweeks!
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 her groom’s butt to get an authentic reaction :) Create an shooting environment that is fun, relaxed, and authentic. Our goal as photographers is to not only create engaging imagery but insure a great client experience.
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?