Seeing Graphically

Today’s Post by Milo Hess People sometimes ask me “How do I see things like this?” Diagonals, lines, shapes, geometry, textures, in your face imagery and the like have always held a fascination for me. Coming from an art/design background it’s just natural that i...

Pole Shot: The Poor Man...

From the Best of  Barry Staver …Or how to get those high angle shots without a drone, without renting a helicopter, or cherry picker bucket lift truck. I can’t tell you the number of times a client wanted a slightly elevated angle to show their building, campus, or warehouse where each...

A Humorous Bow to Degas

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern There is beauty in the impressionist paintings and drawings of ballet dancers made by Degas. He captured their grace, but also their awkwardness in moments of stretching or tying a lacing. He recognized the moments when the ballerinas showed their natural...

Shoot Some Infrared Por...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace In Mark Toal’s insightful post called “Infrared Portraiture? Why Not” he says, “Somewhere I read that Infrared photography is not good for portraits. Skin tones can look strange and eyes will be black was the usual reason given. By accident last week I...

From iPhone to Mirrorle...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal My two favorite cameras are my iPhone and Panasonic Lumix GX85. I love them both because they are small and easy to take everywhere. Both are great cameras, but have different features that make me choose one over the other. The iPhone is great for...

Photographing a Wind Tu...

Today’s Post by Matt Staver I was commissioned to photograph wind turbine technicians at a remote site in Colorado. For the first portion of the shoot I worked to create available light photographs up on top of the nacelle and inside the tube leading up using a Canon DSLR and lenses....