How I Simulated Window Light in This Beauty Shoot

How I Simulated Window Light in This Beauty Shoot Sometimes all you want to do is shoot some beauty work with some natural light, but it doesn't mean the weather will always cooperate with you. Mother nature has a way of doing whatever she wants on any particular day. Super, right? Here's how I simulated window light in the studio. [ Read More ]

A Boudoir Photographer’s Guide to Getting it Right

A Boudoir Photographer's Guide to Getting it Right Are you an aspiring boudoir photographer or someone who has begun offering boudoir, but still has a little to learn in order to perfect the genre? This simple, helpful video will show you some practical mistakes that many beginning and even seasoned boudoir photographers often make and how to avoid them. [ Read More ]

The One Lens Challenge

The One Lens Challenge Creative challenges not only serve to find new ways of shooting but also to push your limits when in a time crunch. Two videographers set out to challenge one another with one lens in 30 minutes on the streets of London and compare the end results . [ Read More ]

Winter Sky Light Photography [NSFW]

Winter Sky Light Photography [NSFW] Sierra Skye is one of the most known models that came from the rise of Instagram and has a fruitful career working for numerous brands. I photographed her last January, and finally, we are releasing the images. [ Read More ]

Can A Pocket Camera Produce Pro Results? Testing Out The Sony RX100V

Can A Pocket Camera Produce Pro Results? Testing Out The Sony RX100V This past weekend in Colorado I decided to give my full frame mirrorless camera a break and shoot some portraits using the much smaller Sony RX100V. I was curious to see if a small, pocket-sized camera could give me the kind of results that I would be happy with. Here are my experience and recommendations if you choose to do the same! [ Read More ]

How to Capture Flying Food Photos

How to Capture Flying Food Photos Are you looking for a way to add more excitement to your food photography? Well, have you tried making your food float or even go for that exploded-view of the dish coming together or apart in the frame? [ Read More ]

Easy Ways to Use Backlighting in Studio Photography

Easy Ways to Use Backlighting in Studio Photography Of the many lighting techniques available to us as portrait photographers, using backlight with a simple reflector is one of the most versatile and least expensive methods you can choose. This method is widely used outdoors, but did you know that you can apply the same strategy to studio portraits? [ Read More ]

How to Create a Photo Studio Without Paying Rent

How to Create a Photo Studio Without Paying Rent Studio spaces are sought after by many photographers. While some love shooting in client's homes or in hotel spaces, many do want the tranquility of a defined boudoir space of their own. Building a boudoir studio does not have to be overwhelming or come with expensive price tags. While a brick and mortar location in a downtown area works for some, for others, creating a spot in your home can be the best option for your company. [ Read More ]

How to Make Amazing Smoke Art

How to Make Amazing Smoke Art Have you ever wanted to add a little something extra to a portrait or product shot, but just didn't know quite what would make the difference? Why not include some crazy cool smoke art to add another level of interest? [ Read More ]