Photography Foulups Affect Everyone Hello, and thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show, episode 41. I really appreciate it. This week, Lee and I discuss some of our photography foulups – those little things that can make your photography experience suffer. Maybe it could even ruin your chance to get a shot at […]
Sharing Timeless Photography Advice Thank you for listening to The Photo Flunky Show, episode 33. We appreciate you for taking the time to join us an listen. Lee and I discuss some of the photography advice we’ve received and use on a regular basis. These are tips we’ve heard from photographers you probably know: Trey […]
Five Tips for Beginning Photographers Welcome to episode 19. This week’s show takes five topics from Monday’s blog post about 101 Simple Photography Secrets for Emerging Photographers. We have five tips for beginning photographers filled with the stuff nobody tells you. When you start photography, you spend a lot of time learning the technical skills. Most […]
As photographers, we know when to pull out a creative photography technique to make our subject pop. Using depth of field is a great way to isolate our subject and eliminate distractions. Here are four tips to consider for a creative use of depth of field in your photos.
Portrait lighting doesn’t have to be complex. Sometimes you can get lovely results from very simple portrait lighting techniques. While it’s easy to get caught up with buying and using gear, sometimes you just don’t need it. We’ll take a look at three simple portrait lighting techniques. Here’s the really nice part. They’re inexpensive, or […]
I’ve watched a lot of training about creating Photoshop selections, but I’ve struggled with it. What always seemed so simple for the instructors never quite worked on my images. I really wanted to overcome my problems and get great selections, because everything else in the image depends on that step. Corey Barker showed me how […]