Lighting Tips & Tricks for Bloggers & Photographers (Making Nice in the Midwest)
Ah, blogging in the wintertime. The light fades quickly, and bloggers scramble to take photos before the darkness of evening strikes. But guess what, you guys? You don’t have to worry about lighting a
13 Tips for Improving Outdoor Portraits
How do you capture beautiful outdoor portraits? Discover 13 easy ways to get stunning results in your portraits, consistently!
Make a Light Reflector- A Quick, Free Trick To Brighter Photos! | Tauni Everett
We have a fabulous quick, FREE trick to brighter photos - make a light reflector using a couple of things you already have sitting in your kitchen!
White fashion photography on the beach - Lighting For Photo
Norwegian photographer Eivind Røhne tells us about about this fashion photography lighting: As a fashion photographer shooting a lot of stuff outdoors, I often prefer to use the soft light in the shadows. And my clients as well. Then we shape and tweak the light to get it how we want it to look. We … Continue reading "White fashion photography on the beach"
Backlit Portrait Photography Tips
Use the “halo light” pattern in your photo lighting. Here is a photo tip I’ve recently read that I disagree with: “When photographing people, always make sure to avoid direct sunlight in the background of the photo. This will make odd shadows and add an undesirable element to the picture. Position the people so the [...]
Quick Tip: Using a Simple Portable Reflector
Over the next month I plan to write about various items photographers often forget about taking on a shoot. These gadgets can often make all the difference, and make your life much easier! This...
Tip for Using a Reflector for Portraits
When it comes to portrait photography, one of the simplest and easiest things you can do to improve your images coming straight out of the camera, is using a reflector. There are many different sizes and shapes of reflectors, and the type of photography that you do most often will often dictate which size and […]
Toni Lynn Photography
As a photographer a reflector or any reflective surface is your best friend. If you are shooting into the sun and want a back lit shot you will have to have something casting light back onto your subject. Light colored buildings or one with big windows are great reflective surfaces! A great…