My first attempt at light painting a residential home. I offer some advice based on what i learned and point out some of the mistakes I made so you can avoid them when you attempt to take flashlight in hand for a nighttime home image.
Imagery from this years Bloomin’ Brands Convention at the Colorado Convention Center. A fun and exciting corporate event with backstage behind the scenes images.
Denver Bronco Cheerleaders visit a local nursing home to bring smiles and raise spirits. The die hard fans come in the form of patients, staff and visitors of all ages.
The title pretty much says it all. I have never been a fan of photography that tries to say “something deep” by showing me weird things or naked people looking into the distance. I usually don’t know what they are trying to say and I probably don’t care anyway. In short I think an image…
I don’t know about you, but my skin crawls at the thought of a “JC Penny” style portrait. No matter how interesting a person may be, that basic head shot / studio type of image simply drains the life right out of your subject. Even if your subject look simply perfect, what have I learned about…
It’s good to keep high standards with one’s photography. High standards keep you from boring the world with sub-par product. It keeps a level of professionalism to your work and it makes you proud of that work you do share with others.
But it can also act a burden to creativity and spontaneity. I’ve all too often caught myself missing out on a great photo opportunity simply because I knew circumstances would prevent me from producing quality images. Well, that’s not always a good thing.