Old Architect Photography

Old Architect Photography

Try capturing new perspectives of old architecture on your next photoshoot. These photos were taken in Grand National Teton Park located in Wyoming. I used a wide angle for both of these old architecture photos. I wanted to capture a side view of the houses with some...
Speed up your Shutter

Speed up your Shutter

Try some creative tricks such as speeding up your shutter speed to capture water and sugar. These photos were created by increasing the shutter speed. This first image of the pomegranate is two images masked together. I wanted to capture some fruit smashing in water...
How to Use Texture

How to Use Texture

If you’re trying add some more creativity to your photography, try adding texture to the background of your photos. These photos below were takin outside in natural lighting and inside with a Godox flash. I wanted to add some texture to my photos so I found some...
Pay Attention to the Small Details

Pay Attention to the Small Details

Whether you’re photographing portraits, landscapes, food or product, you must always pay attention to the details. These can often be some of the most interesting parts of a photograph. When photographing details, I use a 50 mm 1.4 lens so I can have a lot of...
How to Paint with Light

How to Paint with Light

You might be surprised to learn that the photos below were taken completely in the dark.  This is possible, when you paint with light! Painting with light requires a tripod, because you’ll have a very slow shutter speed to capture any bit of light within the...
How to Create a Movie Poster

How to Create a Movie Poster

 If you’ve seen the movie Grease, then you’ll recall the iconic scene of Sandy and her new boyfriend, Danny driving off into the sky to live “happily ever after.” The ending of this movie was represented in a movie poster that you’ll see...