Monday, January 2nd, 2012 | Posted by: elizabeth
Reflecting – 2011 started off rough, got worse, scared the shit out of me, pissed me off, made me reevaluate my life, my priorities, my patterns and my people. I responded by changing everything that needed to be changed and holding on tight to everything that needed to be held. I learned that control is [...]
Monday, November 7th, 2011 | Posted by: elizabeth
Basic Photo Tips – Creating Comfort – Guest post (and photo credit) by the marvelous Lana Reed Creating comfort doesn´t always come naturally; while some folks have what many would call a natural charisma that seems to make social situation of all kinds run smoothly; most of us are not this lucky. Thankfully, there are [...]
Monday, October 31st, 2011 | Posted by: elizabeth
When you start talking toddlers and children’s photography I can practically hear people groan. But really – it’s not that hard. If you make sure they are having fun you can have some fun as well.
Monday, October 17th, 2011 | Posted by: elizabeth
One of the most common problems that new photographers have is ‘camera shake’. This is when images seem blurry because the camera was not held completely still while the photo was being taken.
Monday, October 10th, 2011 | Posted by: elizabeth
Photographers: Be Present in the Moment – Guest post from Laura Reid Whether you use your camera to just take snapshots, or you are trying to capture more artistic landscapes, photography is a great way to open up the way you look at your world.
Monday, October 3rd, 2011 | Posted by: elizabeth
Lighting has more impact on an image than any other aspect of photography. Every image has its appropriate light. If the light is not good, the photo won’t be either. The mounted flash on your camera can ruin your picture so try to turn it off and use the light that is available.
Monday, September 26th, 2011 | Posted by: elizabeth
The photos I sell in my store are BIG. People want the art they hang on the wall to be a focal point. When I am shooting I need to keep that in mind. When I first transitioned from taking pics for personal photo albums to shooting for enlargements this was a big struggle for [...]