3 Major Graduation Shooting Tips

3 Major Graduation Shooting Tips

Graduation ceremonies can be extremely difficult to cover. You are either shooting in dark stadiums or out on football fields in midday sun. There are gobs of people but only 1 star you care about – and they are being pulled in a million directions by teachers and classmates. You won’t get second chances on most shots so here are 3 quick lessons you must learn (or reacquaint yourself with) before the big day.

Use Wildlife Style Super-Telephoto Lenses on Children for Beautiful and Unique Portraits: An Interview with Photographer Edward Nguyen

Use Wildlife Style Super-Telephoto Lenses on Children for Beautiful and Unique Portraits: An Interview with Photographer Edward Nguyen

Edward Nguyen was a wildlife photographer for around a decade before transitioning to portrait and fashion photography. Instead of starting over from scratch, Nguyen made his old gear adapt to his new subject and created a unique style in the process. Here he shares some of his insights on photographing children.

Easy Lighting Laws to Boost Shooting Performance

Easy Lighting Laws to Boost Shooting Performance

For seasoned photographers, lighting becomes an instinct as much as a skill. But beginners are often flailing – placing their lights in different spots and getting wildly different results, becoming frustrated in the process. The following is a list of lighting laws to help you navigate the sometimes unpredictable lighting world. Knowing these basic laws will calm you down when things aren’t going your way and will also produce more consistent results.