I have had lots of people ask me about doing a post on something I have already done. So I thought I would make a catalog of all the posts I’ve done so you can check the back entries. Maybe Amy can post a link to this post by my logo to easy access it in the future.
Here we go:
Anatomy of a Shot–The taking and editing of a silhouette shot
Bokeh–That Christmas-time light/circle blur
Cameras and lenses–whats in my bag
Candid shots–suggestions on how to get great candid images
Capture the details–look for the little things
Capture the scene–not just a close up
Coaxing kids to smile–suggestions on how to crack a smile with little ones
Color pop–enhancing your images
Creative Angles–look at one situation from different angles and capture it
Creative, sneaky shots–become a spy and get cool shots
Cropping an image artistically–think outside of the box
Decorating with Portraits–why I think it is important to display pictures around your home
Dragging your shutter–creative shooting with a slow shutter
Focus–changing your focal points for creative photography
Food Photography–Some examples of food I have photographed and tips
Having your family portraits taken–How to select a photographer and planning outfits
Halloween photography–tips on capturing those fun costumes
Inspiration is everywhere–look around
Knowing your camera–ISO, f-stop, and aperture tips
Location scouting–looking for great spots to photograph outdoors
Make your own backdrop–creative suggestions to change up a background
Panning–following a moving object
Photoshop Editing and using actions–processing images creatively
Photoshop head swaps–having a little fun
Photoshop merging images–also self portraits
Photoshoping Racoon eyes–tips on how to lighten the darkness that often appears under eyes
Pose yourself in a flattering way–Story of how Amy and I met and tip on personal posing
Pose–to pose or not to pose
Self Portraits–do something fun and different
Starting a photography Business–A long list of things to do to start and maintain a photography biz.
Take your friends camera and get shots of them in it at birthdays and events–lets help each other out!
Valentine’s photo ideas–few tips on gifts and games
Water pictures–Slow down and speed up your shutter for creative shots
Hope that helps! If after looking through this, you still have questions, let me hear ’em!
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