Did the wedding photographer ruin this wedding photo or did the wedding guest ruin this wedding photo? Mid-July, 2019, a Facebook post went viral and hit a lot of the major news outlets. The post was an open letter from a wedding photographer to wedding guests who use their phones to capture photos at weddings. Who was right and who was wrong? Who ruined the photo and was the photographer right to post it?
Filing for copyright registration of your photographs used to be easy and affordable, making it a no brainer for any photographer to do. In fact, the beginning of every year, photographers around the United States would submit tens of thousands of photographs to the US Copyright Office for the previous year's collection of work. But things have changed and now it can be expensive and a hassle to submit. Will you register your copyright with the US government now? Is copyright registration worth it?
Updated 9/18/19 - I now used NextGEN Pro to proof and sell my photos as it does everything I need, and has automated print fullfilment. https://youtu.be/ePnYGQX0Lf8 I'm using a WordPress…
In this short video, I share an important tip that I hope all veteran and new vloggers think about. It has to do when you're vlogging with the camera pointed away from you.
The Peak Design Tripod is compact, lightweight and has a lot of unique qualities. Peak Design is pushing the design limits of tripods way beyond what other companies have done lately. But is the tripod a good one?
In my original review of the MIOPS mobile remote and MIOPS mobile app, I discovered a bug that people have confirmed and questions. When the screen would go off or change, the trigger would stop. So I ran three tests to see if MIOPS has fixed the issue. The first was a timed release to see if the screen goes off on its own. The second was a timed-release then manually locking the phone. The third was a timed release and then browsing Instagram while the camera captured the photo. In this video, you see those three tests and the results.
As a photographer, there’s no doubt that each client and photo session is going to vary. From the types of people they are, their goals of the photos, your style of photography, it’s safe to you may never have the same photo session twice. However, that doesn’t mean there won’t be constants that you should be knowledgeable about to help improve the quality of the session.
Sure you can wait for a sale on camera gear, but there are better ways. Even those better ways have better ways. I recently read an article on another photography…
I believe stories can make a difference. Not only in your own life, but in your business.
I've been there, you've been there, we've all been there. You're at the scene, camera set up, exposure time determined, and you push the shutter button on the camera or…