As the days get shorter and we start to head into the holidays and into a slower season for most of our photography businesses, we know that it is actually a great time to focus on growing your business! We have created a 4 part video series just for you that gives you some powerful solutions for your photography brand so you can start working ON your business instead of just maintaining it.
This first video in this 4 part series focuses on how to stand out in a sea of photographers and get your brand noticed!
Ross & Rebecca, along with daughter Alyssa, were a joy to work with in Canada this past weekend. Ross is a film landscape shooter and Rebecca is a wedding photographer and their wedding (and bridal party) was a blast!
Below is a highlight of the day and some of my favorite parts!
We shot a family session the day before the wedding at a stunning park that had some sick fall leaves and we shot film and digital for this session.
If there is one area of shooting that can seem to be intimidating, it is off-camera lighting. There are 50,000,000 options with gear, modifiers, power-supplies and the list goes on, then we have to figure out where to put the light, how to balance it with the ambient, and at this point many of us just give up. But all of us know that sometimes we just need off-camera lights to get the shot and sometimes we want them to create a certain cool look.
If you have ever wanted to have a super light flash set-up that is able to create studio quality lighting while shooting on-location, then you are not alone. We have used speedlites for years, but always felt like we were compromising light quality when doing so. Now, with these new modifiers we have, today we are going to show you how to create some really cool photos using speedlites and a steel wall!