Photo etiquette seems to be on the decline lately. Essentially, some people think that posting a photo online is a request for advice or critique. They don’t seem to understand that unsolicited critiques are inherently rude and arrogant behavior. It’s as unwelcome as stealing someone else’s photo to use as an example.
Girl on a Beach I took this photo of Flavia walking on the beach, daydreaming in a world of her own. It was the last beach photoshoot of the summer at Ponce Inlet. Summer was over, no more bikinis. Wait, who am I kidding? It’s always time for a bikini in Florida. Kelby Training Review […]
Models. It sounds so simple, and yet it can be so complicated. You want to shoot some portraits, so you need someone to be your subject. It’s deceptively simple if your wants and needs stop there. Plenty of people will pose for you. Some for free, others for compensation. Of course, I’m not the kind […]
Considering I have another workshop this month for a swimsuit shoot, I thought I’d review my old shots to find images that I didn’t like. The idea is to be mindful of past mistakes and concentrate on making entirely new ones. This photo shows a number of problems in one image, none of which are […]