Lights, Fans and a Seriously Fit Spin Class Instructor

Lights, fans and a seriously fit spin class instructor The creative part of a portrait photographer’s job is to look beyond the obvious shot and create something that makes people look twice because it is so striking. In this shot, some creative lighting makes all the difference. Oh, and a whole load of fanning. This was a commercial shoot for …

Video: Creating a sense of motion

Creating a sense of motion Most of the time, portrait photographers work with a stationary subject and camera. The best action shot of this young skateboarder, however, involved moving both subject and camera at the same time.  When your subject is moving, you typically increase your shutter speed to freeze their movements. But what if you want… JOIN NOW to …

Video: Studio portrait of a ballet dancer en pointe

Studio portrait of a ballet dancer en pointe Sneak behind-the-scenes of one of my most popular images and find out why you don’t need to get everything right in-camera all of the time. Professionally-trained ballet dancer Emily Gloyens rises en pointe as red satin flows around her. This poppy-like portrait merges the stylings of a fashion shoot… JOIN NOW to …