- Dynamic Wedding Photography eBook at 55% Off
- Interesting Photo of the Day: Playing with Fire in Ice Caves
- The Power of Photography to Relate (Video)
Posted: 09 Jan 2014 04:57 PM PST
Ranked as one of the Top 10 Wedding Photographers in the World by American Photo Magazine, author David Beckstead brings to you his almost two decades of professional wedding photography experience. Known for his dynamic compositions and skill in using light in radical ways, his new eBook shows how you can become a stylistic and creative photographer attracting clients that love what you do. We were able to arrange a 55% discount for PictureCorrect readers which expires next Friday, found here: Dynamic Wedding Photography at 55% Off
This book is about educating yourself first, and then educating your clients; about creating more valuable art and increasing your worth. Creating a brand that is you, shooting in a style that is yours, and attracting clients who love and respect that kind of freedom.
Some of the Many Topics Covered (240 Pages):
How to Get a Discounted Copy This Week:
Our readers can receive 55% off until Friday, January 17. The guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers (works great as a mobile reference out in the field). It also carries a 30 day guarantee, if you are not satisfied with any part of the book just let us know and we will give you a full refund so there is no risk in trying it.
It can be found here: Dynamic Wedding Photography eBook at 55% Off
Posted: 09 Jan 2014 01:53 PM PST
From Iceland, a nation of fascinating and bizarre landscapes and natural beauty, comes this photograph taken in the Waterfall Ice Cave in Vatnajokull. Photographer Einar Runar Sigurdsson, who is also a mountain guide in Iceland, was making coffee on an expedition into the ice caves when he decided to capture the moment with a long-exposure photograph. The result is this otherworldly image, reminiscent of humanity’s early days as cave dwellers:
The incredible colors and textures are mesmerizing, but the image also begs the question: is it safe to light a fire in a cave made of ice?
Go to full article: Interesting Photo of the Day: Playing with Fire in Ice Caves
Posted: 09 Jan 2014 11:47 AM PST
What if you shot all of your subjects at the same angle and with the same light? Would your photos be boring? What could they offer to the world?
Portrait photographer Martin Schoeller uses a similar lighting pattern and camera angle for much of his work. His seemingly monotonous style proves to be engaging. Take a look at how he uses uniformity to relate with his audience:
Schoeller’s portraits simultaneously highlight each person’s individuality and sameness. His style is sought after–he shoots for publications like National Geographic. He’s photographed celebrities, people from different cultures around the world, identical twins and quadruplets, and people who identify as multi-racial. There is a humanness to his art that lets us see our differences and similarities without distraction.
Next time you read photography advice that tells you to avoid photographing all of your subjects identically, think instead about how you can use homogeneity to communicate with your viewers. Creativity doesn’t have to mean that every shot is composed uniquely.
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