Practical Portrait Tips [Duel]


For the weekly duel this week, Dustin and Jim each had only 30 minutes to photograph the same model, who they had never before shot with or seen. New to the weekly Improve Photography Duel?  Check out this page, where we explain how it works. Settling the Score The overall score from past weeks of CONTINUE

Jimmy Hickey Teaches How to Photograph a Stranger (Guest Post)

Note from Jim: I saw the video below last week as it was being passed around Pinterest (follow my photography boards here).  I have never written about street photography and photographing strangers before, so I contacted the creator of the video and asked him to share his best tips for photographing strangers here on Improve CONTINUE

68 ESSENTIAL Wedding Photography Tips

Getting two photographers for a wedding makes a big difference in how the day works out!

This is the largest collection of wedding photography tips to ever be assembled on one page of the Internet.  My hands hurt from typing it, but you can help to ease my pain by sharing this on Facebook and Pinterest after you’re done gorging yourself on these wedding photography tips. Thanks to the awesome group CONTINUE

Tips for Editing Wedding Photos (Guest post)

Bride and photographer looking at a camera

Wedding photography is extremely fun, and it lets you apply your creative skills unrestrained. With the market brimming with amazing quality cameras, good photography comes easy even to those with basic skills and knowledge. However, if you want to create an impact with your clicks, proper photo editing is probably the way to go. Just like CONTINUE