A simple trick to help any composition is to remember to “give it a place to go”. This means simply keeping an eye on what direction your subject is moving, facing or looking, then composing accordingly.Read More
This week I wanted to write a post on a topic that comes up a lot with photographers: how much gear should I bring with me when traveling, and what’s the best way to carry it all?Read More
One of the easiest things that you can do to improve your photography (particularly landscape photography) is to straighten up your horizon line. You’ve seen those shots people take on vacation over and over – you know, the shots of the sun rising (or setting) on the water, or shots of waves crashing, or a snow-capped mountain, the list goes on. Often times though, people will miss one simple trick that could vastly improve those photos: get that horizon line straight! Fortunately Lightroom makes this ridiculously easy, and in some cases it’s simply a matter of pushing one button.Read More
I visited Monticello (Tomas Jefferson’s home) in Charlottsville, VA. They unfortunately don’t allow photography of any kind inside the house, but you can shoot outside (and under) the house. I visited in the winter after a snowstorm, so some areas were off limits. Still, I was able to capture some pretty cool stuff.Read More
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