Layne Kennedy teaches you how to avoid ending up with the standard travel photos that most photographers capture at historical locations. Step out of your comfort zone and get creative; your portfolio will thank you.
Jessica Hinnenkamp discusses some simple and unique tips and techniques for capturing children photography, specifically those everyday moments that your family will talk about years later. She talks about the importance of utilizing the proper lens, adjusting your ISO and shutter speed for the type of lighting, and either capturing your children as they are… Read more »
Here’s a great putting drill by PGA Professional Robert Stocke to help you visualize the proper pace of your putts and tap into your athletic ability. He demonstrates a drill where you place a ball on the lip of the cup and practice putting your ball to tap the other ball into the hole. This… Read more »
How you carry your camera equipment when you are travelling is entirely preferential, but Layne Kennedy wants to give you a few recommendations for how to store and carry your equipment on a travel photography shoot. Depending on the weather in the region that you’re travelling to and the type of travel you’ll be doing,… Read more »
The landscape photographer is always on the hunt for great light. You spend time on the computer looking at weather sites and time listening to the weather radio but sometimes, you are on location, you want to shoot, and the light is not what you hoped for. In this lesson you will learn how to… Read more »