In my experience, whether working on a personal project or one that I wish to sell, I enjoy working on a photography project.… Read More Sunday Pontification . . . on Monday – Should You Have a Photography Project?
This week’s video focus is “Developing Your Photography Project” with Adam Marelli, which was produced by B&H Event Space. … Read More Friday Video Focus – “Developing Your Photography Project” with Adam Marelli
An update on what I will be exploring the next seven days in The Broke Photographer.… Read More Think-Ahead Thursday: What’s happening on The Broke Photographer from the 9th through the 15th of April!
The photography theme at The Broke Photographer for April 2020 is, “Developing a Photography Project that Matters.” I am going to focus on the basics of getting a meaningful photography project up and working. I will also explore the basics of publishing or selling your photography project.… Read More Photography Theme for April: Developing a Photography Project that Matters
In 1900, “Georgia’s Titanic” occurred. A passenger train carrying 49 souls crashed into a raging Camp Creek in McDonough, GA. This is the beginning of a photography project commemorating the 120th anniversary of the wreck.… Read More “Breakfast in Atlanta or in Hell”: Photographing the “Highlander” #7
So, how do I use the rule of thirds? In three way…… Read More The Rule of Thirds: Moving from Snapshots to Art
It can be used for dramatic silhouetting to create images for your stock portfolio. … Read More 52 Projects – “Adding Drama with Striking Silhouettes.”
This technique can create some great stock photographs, but I am still a sucker for low-key, long-exposure shots on a tripod in a controlled environment. … Read More 52 Projects – “Get Floral Flashes of Inspiration”
One of my favorite projects is the low-key, dramatic photo of a rose. … Read More Low-Key Photography
What I appreciated and what encouraged me was that reality that he pointed out how far he has come as a photographer. He did not start out taking exception photos. The key to improving is to continue to shoot and grow as a photographer.… Read More YouTube video of the week – “I was a Horrible Photographer” by Peter McKinnon