Monthly Archives: August 2017

Upcoming Focus Photography Event

After asking all of the proper questions and looking at the portfolio make sure you feel at ease and comfortable with them. It is a very personal thing doing professional portraits and if you do not feel comfortable with your photographer the photos will suffer and no one will be happy. Make sure you feel good about going to talk to them if you want something changed during the shoot or have your own ideas.

How to compose your shots and position your camera giving a secret way to turning bland and dreary shots into stunning images that can be framed and entered into competitions.

When saving digital copies of your photos on your computer, take some time to organize them so that you can find and use them at a later time. The best way is generally by the date. Many photographers like to think of shots as being a part of a timeline, so dating them helps them remember what they are.

Local photographer Emily Charais of Zollive photography is hosting the shoot at her studio in conjunction with Facebook breastfeeding advocacy group The Good Letdown.

Popular theory has it that you can thrive both by supplying the low-end of the market, and/or by supplying the high-end. Here we have the premier low-end supplier, Yuri, indicating that he has to make 11,000 images a year to maintain his income, and that soon it might not be worth his time continuing to produce. Oops.there goes half of popular theory.

Attempt to move closer to the person or thing that you want to take a picture of. It’s frustrating for the viewer to not clearly see the details of the subject because the camera was too far away. Make it easy for yourself and your viewers to see a subject clear and vividly.

If your camera has manual settings, you can widen the aperture to allow more light to come through the camera lens which is vital at night when there isn’t much light to begin with. Select either the Av (Aperture priority) or M (Manual) shooting mode on your camera to adjust aperture. The widest opening for most lenses is f2.8.