Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Whether you’re photographing a bottle of Windex or a Quarter Pounder with Cheese, commercial photography is all about selling a product. In order to do that, a commercial photographer must be able to photograph a product in its best light–no pun intended.
The worth and intensity of your passion can be imagined from the amount of effort that you are willing to put in its realization. There are not many people who would give up the comforts of everyday life and virtually live on road in order to pursue their passion.
As this is a basic tip article, we will start with the basics. We consider “the basics” to be 3 things: light, aperture and shutter speed.
The world can be an overwhelming sensory experience, filled with sight, sound and aroma designed to delight all of your senses. How do you capture that experience in a photograph? Most people don’t. Instead, they show their photos with an apology – “You had to be there.” Your job as a travel photographer is to take them there through your photos. So how do you make sure you come home with a killer shot?
Starting a successful photography business from the ground up can be challenging. However, with these tips you can be well on your way to starting a successful portrait photography business!
I have a firm belief that the purpose of photography and the act of taking a picture is to capture a moment in time, be it a person, a place, or an object. Each captured image has the potential to carry its own unique feeling through time, and bring you back with happiness and wonder to the origins of that moment.
Tulips are only in bloom a few weeks out of the year, so if you love photographing them as much as I do, you have to hit the tulip beds running – or at least with a plan.
Photoshop has been and is, the first choice editing program for most professional photographers. In this video by Tim Grey you can learn a number of techniques for cleaning and correcting images.
Sports photography and advertising photography are arguable two of the most exciting areas of the business. Commercial photographer Monte Isom managed to combine both when he was commissioned to shoot ice hockey players, in action for an advertising campaign by Molson beer.
Have you ever been browsing through your cameras’ menu and noticed something called ISO and just ignored it because you didn’t know what it was for? Well, in this article we will explain what ISO is and how to use it to your benefit when taking pictures.
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