Often when I have commercial shoots that require use of lighting at a location outdoors or within a large indoor area it is not so convenient for me to shoot using studio strobes. Sometimes finding power outlets close by for my monopods can also be a challenge. And when moving around a lot within the […]
High-key photography requires a particular type of lighting that aims to reduce the overall amount of shadow detail within a photo. The technique provides you with a bright looking image and a generally even level of exposure throughout the frame.
People sometimes assume that in order for a photo to be referred to as […]
I just discovered that one of my photos of Thailand was recently licensed for use in the latest, 800 page Lonely Planet Thailand guidebook, which is the 15th edition, published in August 2014.
You can see it here on Amazon if you like where they are offering both a printed version as well […]
The journey of a photographer’s development is rarely linear. As photographers we tend to get steadily better over time as we increase our skill set, although we may start to get worse if we stop growing in creative ways. Sometimes we think we’re improving when really we’re not. But then, with perseverance, we actually may […]
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Often when I have commercial shoots that require use of lighting at […]