How to Take Great Party Pictures

Everyone loves a party and its great to have party pictures to share and enjoy long after it ends! These ideas will help you get great party pictures without missing the fun. Note: The discussions on lighting are geared toward photography indoors or outdoors at or later than twilight. Use Natural-Looking Party Picture Poses Stiff, [...] Read more »

How To: Ten Tips for Photographing the Holidays

Shooting the Holidays It’s the time of year when cameras come out from wherever they’ve been, just in time to photograph the holidays. Their owners may almost never take pictures, but even a family’s veteran shutterbugs are not immune to occasional finger and camera strap photos. Here’s a route to improved photographic odds this holiday [...] Read more »

How to Get Tack-Sharp Images

Sharp images can make the difference between first-rate, professional-looking photos and the ones that just don’t measure up. The good news is there will be no fuzzy photos for you if understand how to prevent them. The 3 Top Ways to Get Sharp Images 1. Assure Correct Focus This one is very simple – if [...] Read more »

Backups: A Professional Photographer’s Survival Guide

Essential Guide to Backups Bad things happen to good people, but you don’t have to lose your photos if something bad happens to you. You and no one else has to go without photo backups because of cost or time considerations. There are inexpensive and even free backup solutions readily available, and you can “set [...] Read more »

How to Photograph Fall Color: Part Two

Fall Color Photography The previous article talked about photographing fall color on sunny days, cloudy ones, using a polarizing filter, capturing reflections, and applying the rules of composition. This article continues the discussion of photographing fall color in wind, rain, and after they’ve fallen. Windy Shooting The soft effect seen at right came from photographing [...] Read more »

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