Photography trends abound; some are fleeting, while others come and go over the decades, never completely disappearing. We don’t often stop to look at where they started or realize that we are participating in something even bigger than us.
Richard Terborg is a conceptual fashion, portrait and fine-art photographer from Holland. Known for his bold and crazy colors, Richard is just as bold and crazy in real life. In a fun way, not a ruin your life way.
The eternal debate: to prime or not to prime. Here are a few thoughts on why less can often be more.
A recent spate of camera purchases has indeed improved my photographic skill, but perhaps not in the way you may be thinking.
Finding a good and yet affordable workflow and backup system is a tough task for most of us. Being not overly technical, it took me a decade to get to a point where my images felt safe.
I mostly shoot non-ball type of sports like surfing, sailing, skate, motocross, and of course, my favorite the Monster Energy Supercross series.
It’s time for something different. Ever have that great idea, but you may just let it fizzle away? Me too. But this one wasn’t getting away.
Adding some video production offerings to your photography workload has become pretty common for a lot of photographers. Even though a lot of the technology is transferable, not all the skills are, and shooting interviews, both in the setup and getting better dialogue, can be difficult to learn.
I get emails almost weekly, asking me about certain light setups. So I decided to start doing a weekly light series on YouTube. I thought, “what’s the best light setup to start it with then with one of my favorite lighting set-ups?” Hard Light! I will be rolling out a new lighting setup once a week. They will range from basic to a bit more advanced. I am very excited and happy to do this and teach some of my fellow photographers.
Today, I’d like to share with you a story. A story about a brief moment that was a long in the making.
Whether it was an order from the event’s organizer or his own mind, it’s a strange moment in time, though it was supposed to be captured for the world to recognize Quentin Tarantino’s achievements throughout his life.