Let’s face it. As a photographer today, it’s expected that you have an Instagram account. If you have any aspirations to gain exposure in order to land some paid work, that sponsorship, that brand ambassador gig, it seems the active Instagram Feed is essential. But is it good?
Let’s talk about how simple distractions can be the cure to your creative road blocks. Sometimes it’s really as simple as a little mental redirection.
If you are familiar with Instagram at all you’ve probably seen #2017BestNine start popping up and in this article we tear apart MY best nine from 2017!
As a landscape photographer, there are very few things that get me as excited as seeing my favorite weather app light up with a frost warning for the coming morning. Here are 9 great tips for getting the best photos possible in these magical conditions!
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
Everyone wants to be that full time travel photographer, but I think there are better reasons to invest time photographing where you live without worrying about constant travel.
Don’t get blinded by your passion to the point that you forget the importance of documenting your most important possession, your family memories.
When you want to bring more of a story telling element to your photography, try this tip to bring a cinematic flair to your work.
Inspired by a recent article from photographer, instructor and writer Olaf Sztaba, I take a look into the idea of creativity being dead and what does it mean to be a Creative in today’s modern world of photography.
Join me as I share my thoughts about the Rebecca Lily Pro Set IV Premium Color Grading System, complete with many sample photos!