if you are a wildlife photographer
Each professional photographer has a unique corporate identity, and most of them are likely to tell you that their creative roots were brought up, one way or another, by photographing nature.
If you love nature, then the garden can easily become one of the most pleasant places for shooting. Being outdoors, you are full of vivacity, and art shots taken in such an atmosphere convey the whole holiday of a wonderful moment in time in such a special place, which is in constant development. And now is the time to transform your photography skills in the garden with a few quick tips! Continue reading
Sports photography requires skill and time and belongs to a very technical genre. Swimming is a spectacular sport. It has a lot of movement, beautiful bodies of athletes, smooth surface of the pool or splashes of water, a lot of shiny surfaces. Taking pictures of swimmers is not easy, but this practice is of great importance for your professional development as a sports photographer.
How to take professional photos of swimmers
We offer you some tips that will help to photograph sports swimming competitions at a higher level for yourself. Continue reading
Over the past few years, interest in photographing costume portraits has grown markedly. Starting from movie displays and ending with inspiration from historical canvases, there is no end to those types of shots that could not find a place in your portrait portfolio.
Shooting a person playing a role can bring a whole new dimension to your images – adding a special depth and vibrancy. People often feel more relaxed, forgetting about complexes and internal clamps, when they are in front of the camera in some kind of alien image, in a kind of “mask”. Photographer Charlie Moss (Charlie Moss) shares his best practices for creating portrait photographs in suits worthy of any professional portfolio.
Costume portraits – how to shoot. Photo by Charlie Moss Continue reading