Monthly Archives: November 2018

Photography Project Ideas – Get Out Of Your Box

Num 4. Preserve hair – there may or might not be a hair and makeup artist on the site, but regardless of this you need to make sure that your hair is washed and not matted down.

#5. Be careful with fragrance – as it can be very distracting to your photographer. maybe put slightly over your lip so it puts you in the mood but will not distract the photographer.

Although snow can be fun to play with, it is actually a challenge to get a good picture when you are surrounded by snow. This is because snow can be quite glaring under the sun and your camera will think that it is the right exposure for the picture hence making your subjects look like dark figure in the middle of the snow.

You need to know who the focal point of the image will be, i.e. the main subject. Like the actor in a movie or stage play. Everyone knows who this is and the same goes for your photos. Based on this information you need to know where you will place the subject. In the centre or on a two thirds intersecting line. The subject will draw the eye of the viewer into the image and needs to be correctly placed.

That is, to me, a pretty stunning comment. and not a very uplifting one either. Here is a photographer who is generally acknowledged as the premier microstock shooter in the world, and in my opinion is one of the world’s premier stock shooters of any business model, and he is anticipating his profit dipping to a point where it isn’t worth his time to produce! Yikes!

Vision is different from other studios because we offer a fresh take on photography. We use different angles, and photograph things most would never even think to shoot. We are always challenging ourselves to come up with something different. During a wedding, we focus primarily on the love that’s everywhere. There is so much to capture during a wedding between the emotion, the anticipation, the excitement, the love, I could go on and on. Those feelings are our main focus whenever we photograph.

All megapixels are not created equally. In fact, for the most part, they don’t mean anything. Almost any new camera you can buy today has enough megapixels to print pictures up to 11×14 inches. There are a few other things to consider. The short list includes speed, lens, and batteries.