Every summer, millions of people want to take pictures of fireworks, but they don’t always get the results that they want. The truth is that it’s hard to get the perfect shot. However, you can stack the odds in your favor.
How do you decide which DSLR lens to use when taking travel or landscape photos? Do you go by focal length because you like to shoot wide or get tight on your subject? I wish that I could choose one style or the other, because my back is killing me from carrying around too much […]
Save time. Save frustration. Save humiliation. Use a grey card for white balance. This inexpensive little prop can truly pay off when you get to post processing.
Why does every photography studio have an area of white seamless background? The reason is pretty simple. A white seamless background is an industry standard because it’s so versatile. It’s a neutral background for colors, making it an ideal choice for catalogs and compositing. With lighting, gels or post processing, you can make it almost […]
Help Your Travel Photography With Five Common and Lightweight Items Welcome to episode 23 of The Photo Flunky Show. On this episode, Lee and I have a few travel photography tips. Sometimes the difference between getting “a shot” and “the shot” can be how well prepared you are to deal with adverse conditions or see […]