Improve Your Senior Pictures By Learning to See Light

Thanks for joining us today!! Let’s take a look at what kind of light can make our senior portraits better. One of the most powerful tools you will use as a senior portrait photographer is your ability to see different light situations. Just being aware of these situations will give you the photography advantage over […]

Studio Portrait With a Three Light Setup

Is the weather too bad to shoot outdoors? Ever wanted your own photography studio?  Well it is easier than you think.  You can setup your own home studio in a small space for well under $100. Check out this video that I created that documents my DIY studio build in my garage.  You can adapt […]

It Is All About The Light

Let’s face it, when it comes to photography, it is all about the light.  The light is what makes or breaks the picture.  Developing an eye for light will vastly help you improve your photographs. Let’s start off with some different kinds of light. Most photographers will say it is best to shoot in the […]

Photography Basics: ISO

ISO is one of those strange electronic settings.  In the olden days before digital cameras, film was rated by an ISO number.  There were ISO numbers like 100, 200, 400, etc.  As the number got bigger, the film was more sensitive to light.  This meant that your could shoot at faster shutter speeds that lower […]