In 2005 my teacher and friend Ryan Johnson introduced me to a book called Story By Robert Mckee. I began reading and realized that there is more to filming and photography than I thought I knew. The book covered a very interesting point that everywhere we go we are faced with stories.
The Last time we talked about the different types of lenses and I also covered my top 5 favorite lenses. In choosing the right lens part 2 we will cover more specifically why many photographers choose prime lenses.
This summer I spent 3 weeks teaching photography at a local community center, The Bethlehem Center. Over those three weeks, I saw first hand what happens when we invest in children.
Street Photography Takes Careful Timing If you pay careful attention to your subjects your photos will improve. Street photography is nothing more than candid shots taken on a public street. The subjects however are likely to […]
Before you begin the process of choosing the right Lens, you have to first consider the type of photography your doing such as: lifestyle photography, editorial photography, fashion photography, Landscape photography, or food photography. Once you’ve decided […]
Canon T6i The Canon Rebel has long been a camera of many entry-level photographers but many don’t realize that these cameras are very capable. In recent years they have incorporated video, faster processors and i […]
What camera do you use? or What’s the best camera? When I hear these questions I simply want to point them to the newest camera, or the camera with the best ratings. The truth is though, the camera isn’t […]