The Oak Show Choir had their closing night performance for the 2015-2016 season. I had to pleasure to photograph this last concert. The biggest challenge was shooting in low light conditions. This was overcome with fast glass and high ISO. I couldn’t sacrifice shutter speed due to the fact that the kids were dancing. But, […]
Real estate photography might seem straightforward, but the reality is it’s just as challenging as any other genre. After all, it’s about what you should keep in the image and what you should take out. How far is too far though? That’s what a few would-be home buyers are asking in regards to the photo […]
Creatives are often asked to do FREE work, especially Spec Work. There are grandiose promises of future work, at a reduced rate of course. Especially when we are starting off, or hungry, we will agree to almost anything. Don’t be tempted. Not only does it hurt you but in undermines our industry. I have spent […]
Personally – I say YES!!!! The wedding is NOT about the attendees, it’s about the two people who are getting married. I ask myself, what is SO important that you, as the attendee, feel that you must use your phone and a selfie stick to capture the moment – often ruining the shot for the […]
In 2011, Long Beach Post reporter Greggory Moore was detained by cops for taking photos outside a courthouse. Eight sheriffs deputies detained, frisked, and interrogated him, saying his actions were suspicious. In the wake of 9/11, the Los Angeles Police Department established an anti-terror laundry list of 48 suspicious activities, including taking pictures with “no […]
Many of us only know the world’s most famous landmarks through images that show them in all their beautiful, historical glory. The world has changed since these structures were built, so the surrounding landscapes might not be what you’d expect. *The Pantheon is somewhat disturbing, IMO. [more]
Here is a timelapse video created by Photographer Joe Nafis, over the course of 2 years (that’s 24 months in baby time). Shot from his Shanghai 23rd floor apartment it captures the city and it’s life. If you’re interested in timelapse photography here are some tips from PictureCorrect.