Getting Started in Flash Photography Pt 2

Getting Started in Flash Photography Pt 2

Last week we kicked off our flash photography series by talking about how your shutter speed relates to flash exposure. Today we’re going to go over how aperture plays into that equation! Unlike shutter speed, your aperture setting directly impacts your flash...
Getting started in flash photography Part 1

Getting started in flash photography Part 1

Getting started in flash photography can be a little intimidating for some photographers. However it can add such a dynamic look to your images and frees you up from the limitations of only working with the light within a space. Today we’re starting a series...
Backlighting Your Subject Successfully

Backlighting Your Subject Successfully

Backlighting is typically used in the industry to describe a photo where your subject has the sun lighting them from behind. The photographer shoots into the sun, capturing the light streaming in around their subject which adds a hazier look to their images. How much...
5 Tips for Getting Sharper Macro Images

5 Tips for Getting Sharper Macro Images

Macro photography is referred to when you photograph small subjects or details and to magnify them and make them have a larger than life feel. You see this type of photography when capturing wedding rings, newborns details (nose, toes, etc), and in nature photography....
Reading Your Histogram

Reading Your Histogram

Getting your exposure as best you can in camera is something that you should make as your goal every time you shoot. By doing this, you’re giving yourself more flexibility with editing and will have a more consistent look overall. One of the best ways to achieve...