Tips for Shooting with Only One Lens in Havana, Cuba

Tips for Shooting with Only One Lens in Havana, Cuba

For my most recent trip, I needed to keep things as light as possible. Here is why I felt it was worth sacrificing lens speed in favor of a more portable long zoom with a smaller maximum aperture. This also saves you money and it doesn’t have to cost you quality! Read on for tips on how to make the most with only 1 lens in a beautiful location like Havana.

June’s Best New Locations for Your Production Shoot

June’s Best New Locations for Your Production Shoot

Looking for a unique backdrop, like a yurt or houseboat, but don’t need the space overnight? Or maybe you just need an empty photo studio that charges by the hour? Whatever your needs might be, Peerspace uncovers hidden gem locations ranging from all different price points and space types for commercial shoots, narrative filmmaking, and more.

How To Break Through Your Creative Plateau By Adding Video to Your Workflow

How To Break Through Your Creative Plateau By Adding Video to Your Workflow

San Francisco based photographer Michael O’Neal has a style characterized by his affinity for minimalism and shoots a wide range of content including lifestyle, fashion, still-life, and wildlife. In this “Behind the Shot” he takes us along his South America travels and into his creative process of adding video into his fashion editorial workflow.