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Experimenting in Wedding Photography

Smoke bombs are a current trend in wedding photography that I have been excited to try. They can be used to add color, drama, mystery, softness and romance to wedding portraits. Here are a few suggestions for using smoke bombs in your wedding photography based on my experiences. First, discuss your plan in advance with the bride and groom. Use of Smoke bombs are a bit unconventional and you always want to keep the wedding couple happy and comfortable during their photography session on the big day.... continue reading

Experimenting with out of focus subjects

I tried this photo the other day when i brought a container of fresh blackberries from a farm stand. They were the sweetest, juiciest, most mouthwatering little pockets of goodness that i had ever tasted. They were so beautiful that I had to whip out my camera for a few snapshots. Sure, they were pretty. But when i took my camera out of focus, and it took the subject to a whole new level! light glimmered of them, creating circles overlapping each other one by one. I will definitely be working with... continue reading

Experimenting

I noticed some of the best selling illustrations have customizable labels or banners on them. I'm so new to stock illustration. So I tried taking a boring fly and make him a bit more marketable. Maybe it's good for comic relief. I'll keep dreaming and working on ideas that someone wants to buy! continue reading

Experimenting with food photos

Food photography as Amitai says, is definitely not an easy field. There is so much demand and money in it that the pros perfected it to the maximum. When I tried it before, the results were disastrous and I thought I will never be able to come close to a picture that could be accepted here.All changed when I bought two of these:I bought them to try some portrait photos, which came out much better than anything I did before.But the surprise came when I tried the softboxes on still life.... continue reading

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