Shooting outside is excellent. Shooting outside with flash is a pain. Personally, I love making that compromise because it looks freaking amazing. In this article, I explain how to light an editorial type runner shoot outdoors in screaming sunlight using High-Speed Sync.
How much does a portrait photographer cost? Hiring a photographer is like buying a car; you can spend a little for a car that gets you from A to B or spend more on a high-end vehicle that makes your commute feel like a luxury experience. Both have four wheels and A/C, but the difference…
Photography knows no bounds. It is a medium that highlights everything from food to war. Unfortunately, photography has also shown bias in its history. This bias has affected how we photograph BIPOC today and previously. As a photographer, my goal is to show off everyone in their best light; to make my images represent the…
What do you do if it rains on your photoshoot? If you live in Atlanta, you know that the weather is pretty fickle. The saying goes, “If you don’t like the weather, wait 30 minutes.” That’s fine for everyday activities, but what if you have a portrait session scheduled? Do we pack it in? Do…
Going beyond the “About Me” section of my website. This is Story #3 about what inspires my photography. Explosions, electricutions, and inventions; oh my!
Flash portraits guarantee that no matter the situation, you will receive the images you’ve imagined that also stand out from everyone else’s.
I use off-camera flash to highlight the edges of a subject and visually cut them out from the background via rim lighting.
Capturing Stylized Editorial Portraits of an Automotive Painter using five-plus lights with gels. We capture mixing paint and spraying actual cars.
A quick recap of a hilarious and fun personal brand portrait session with Latesha Lynch Designs! We shot at White Wall Woodstock studio and got a bunch of great content, including some funny behind the scenes moments! I describe how I shape light in an all-white studio to vary the images and add variety.
I take a standard headshot portrait of an actor and apply a painterly look that takes inspiration from Rembrandt’s paintings. I walk through the how and why of the set up as well.