Hello everyone.In today’s post, I’m showcasing some images from a photo-shoot with a historical theme.I’ve had a lifelong interest in history. World War 2 has fascinated me since I was a child, but I’m also interested in the Medieval period. So when Tegan and I got together to shoot, we put together a concept based […]Read More Photographing Medieval History’s Heroes……….and Villains!
I’ve been getting tons of questions about my editing techniques lately, so I’ve decided to put together this step by step guide that will hopefully serve as a useful resource and reference tool. First of all, as I’m sure you all know by now, my style drifts towards the fine art photography genre. The techniques […]Read More My ultimate step by step Lightroom and Photoshop editing workflow guide, including follow along video.
Lets get straight to the meat and potatoes with some quick photoshoot tips 1) Have your lighting and gear set up, switched on, tested and ready to go before your subject/model arrives. It may seem obvious but it will save you time and it will give your model/subject some initial confidence in that you know […]Read More My quick start photoshoot guide/checklist.
We’ve all been there right? That one little negative comment on your picture, out of a hundred, that tries to illicit a reaction and get a rise from you. My wife will tell you that I’ve addressed a few of these recently. In fact the more of my work I post in say Facebook groups […]Read More 5 ways of dealing with Internet trolls.
*clears throat……………. ****DON’T BUY LIGHTROOM PRESETS**** Yup. 99 percent of them suck………….BIG TIME. There are also thousands of free Lightroom presets available too. Guess what? They suck too. So why not? I hear you ask. Well, in my humble opinion, there are a few reasons but first and foremost………………. THERE IS NOT A ONE CLICK […]Read More **NEW PHOTOGRAPHERS** Let me save you even more MONEY!!!!!