On Thursday August 25th Canon released the 5D Mark IV with a 30 Mega Pixel count, 4K video and a shooting speed of 7 Frames per second. While all these aren’t new to the camera industry there is one featured I’d like to highlight 1st.
Ever so often I’m asked: what should I charge for a wedding? It’s a question many photographers ask — experienced or not — Believe me I get it, I remember when I was asking the same question. knowing what to charge can be a difficult question.
Mirrorless cameras have been around for a long time. In the 1800’s one of the 1st ever photograph was taken by Joseph Draper. He was had taking a portrait of his sister with one of the first ever portable cameras made by a company called Niépce. Was this the first mirrorless camera?
You’ve taken a few photos and your now ready to start your photography portfolio. Where is the 1st place you should go? How much would it cost you? These are key questions but there are a few steps to take before making a choice. A portfolio is a must as a photographer, after all it’s a very effective way to share you work.
When you pick up your camera it’s important to understand how to use it or all those precious moments are never captured (unless of course your using the automatic settings). Composition is the first step to better photography.
Being the main photography at an event is a great responsibility. You find yourself setting up the bridal party and on call for the bride or groom whenever they need a photo. It’s a position where you a lot spend time directing both the Second shooter & wedding guests.
It’s critical to do a few things just after you’ve taken pictures because just as important as capturing the day, is preserving what was captured.