Today, I’d like to talk about three key elements that I feel make up each and every photograph we take. Of course they are not the only elements, but I feel that they are the most important. Specific shoots, like fashion or automotive commercials, require all sorts of preparation and specific skills. However, at the photographic level, three key elements still apply. If you consider your composition, light, and moment, you will be well on your way to making a successful photograph.
Full Article: The Three Elements of Every Photograph | Fstoppers
As we mark the end of summer with Labor Day celebrations, we must not forget the families affected by Hurricane Harvey. Those in south Texas and Louisiana are just beginning to recover from an incredibly destructive storm, one that halted air and rail transportation in the region, devastated communities both large and small, and continues to threaten the safety of local residents, our colleagues and their families.
Full Story: TSA Labor Day Travel Tips: 2017 | Transportation Security Administration
Want to be a professional sports photographer? Philip Haynes gives Steffan Bowen his top tips and advice for capturing the perfect trackside shot.
Full Story: A day in the life of a budding sports photographer
Celebrity family photographer Julia Boggio has been photographing babies and families for over 12 years. Her trendsetting work in the photography industry, as well as her American-style customer service, has helped her to become the photographer of choice in the London luxury market; Julia had the pleasure of photographing Richard Branson’s twin grandchildren when they were just a few days old, as well as Katy Hill’s family (in the most adorable photoshoot ever).
Source: Baby photography: Top celebrity photographer Julia Boggio shares her top tips
Contemplative photography is about more than taking pictures, says Andy Karr. It’s about fully connecting with the visual richness of our lives.
Source: How to Practice Contemplative Photography – Lion’s Roar
Two photographers behind Apple’s latest “Shot on iPhone” campaign share their top tips for shooting creative iPhone photos at night.
Source: Night Photography Tips – Take iPhone Picture At Night
Slideshow from MSN with travel tips. I personally can attest to the convenience of shipping bags ahead of time. In 2012 my husband and I made 3 cross country trips. Pre-shipping excess baggage was a life saver. Especially while travelling in a small-ish Jeep with an 85 pound dog and a cat.
Source: 25 Travel Hacks That Will Save You Time and Money in 2017
Nice article with some good tips for travel photog’s – or just wannabes 🙂
Got some cool camera gear? Let’s put it to work.
Source: Eat, pray, shoot, Part 2: Our best digital photography tips for travel photos | Macworld