Article and photos created and copyrighted by Forest Woodward. When I was twelve years old, our family friends Neil and Jeanne Chaput de Saintonge (founders […]
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This article, written by 2006 RMSP graduate Liza Gershman, was originally published on Canon’s Photo Knowledge Base. All images and article copyrighted by Liza Gershman. […]
Building, investing in, and solidifying vision is at the root of almost every major business decision a good photographer will make.
The main reason that wedding photographers deserve a high hourly rate is that the job an be extremely high pressure. The nightmare of losing a memory card or having your camera die during the ceremony are enough to give pause to even the most fearless photographer. Here are five ways to lessen the stress of photographing weddings and actually enjoy the event.
In this article we explore how we can learn to see light and work with it more effectively to create photos with impact.
Foreword by RMSP: After ten years as a wedding photographer, Jesse Boone has learned the lighting challenges a wedding presents, and in this article he […]
Learning to work with natural light is an amazing way to control the mood of an image and evoke a feeling. Here are 5 tips for maximizing the natural light in portrait photography.
The light and colors that wintertime bring are uniquely beautiful. In this article we delve into some ideas to make the most of this special time of year.