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...
Natural reflectors

Natural reflectors

When it comes to shooting in available light, finding natural reflectors can be a great way to fill and even the light on your subject. What is a natural reflector? This is any object, building, etc that you can find and use to bounce light back onto your subject....
Autofocus Modes

Autofocus Modes

Autofocus Modes: And How They Affect the Sharpness of Your Photos When it comes to photography, there’s no worse feeling than going back through your images and realizing that images you though were sharp are slightly out of focus. There are many factors that...
10 Tips on Being a Second Shooter

10 Tips on Being a Second Shooter

When you’re first getting started out in wedding photography, some of the best ways to get experience is by being a second shooter! Find a different angle from the main shooter – Don’t just shoot over the main shooter’s shoulder the whole day....