Clicky

Tiffany Mueller ‘’ 3/6 ‘’ Light Stalking

All Posts by Tiffany Mueller

Avatar of tiffany

Tiffany Mueller

Tiffany Mueller is a professional music and fine art photographer. She has been published in multiple publications including magazines, art journals, and various photography books. She blogs at Life Is Unabridged.

Discovering The Art of Miniature Photography

Discovering The Art of Miniature Photography

As someone who travels constantly as a way a life, I often find myself passing time in airports watching as other travelers pass by and wonder where they’re going. Occasionally, I’ll see a fellow photographer loaded down with tripods and camera cases and I can’t help but smile, not just because I can relate to […]

5 | Read More →

Getting Creative With A Lensbaby

Getting Creative With A Lensbaby

The Lensbaby lens systems have been around for a while now and as their use becomes more widespread, the quirky lensmaker continues to expand it’s inventory and win over the hearts of creative minded photographers all over the world. It’s no wonder why, their arsenal of gear leaves little to be desired in the eyes […]

2 | Read More →

Safely Photographing Volcanic Activity

Safely Photographing Volcanic Activity

As a photographer who calls Hawaii home, I can tell you with great certainty that there are not many things more spectacular than an active volcano. But, the countless photographic possibilities a volcano offers do not come without risk. As majestic as an erupting volcano may look, they can be incredibly dangerous to those wanting […]

0 | Read More →

15 Incredible Tutorials on the Art of Photographing Wildlife

15 Incredible Tutorials on the Art of Photographing Wildlife

There’s no shortage of information to be gained here on the internet and sometimes what should be a simple search turns into an hour wasted on scrolling through google search results, still not finding exactly what it is you started out to learn in the first place. To help make your life easier, we’ve done […]

2 | Read More →

The 7 Common Habits of Remarkably Talented Photographers

The 7 Common Habits of Remarkably Talented Photographers

One of the best ways to improve yourself is by observing the habits of those you find to be inspirational and talented. In doing so, we hope to learn what it is they have done that helped them achieve success. Of course, there’s no set route to the top of the photography game, but if […]

15 | Read More →

How to Use Bokeh As A Creative Tool in Your Photographs

How to Use Bokeh As A Creative Tool in Your Photographs

One of the key areas of control that a photographer has over an image is the background. Many like to experiment with backgrounds to get various effects for their images and one of the ways in which many experiment is with bokeh. Let’s dive into what you can do with bokeh in your images and […]

0 | Read More →

Essential Tips for Photographers Considering An Outdoor Fashion Shoot

Essential Tips for Photographers Considering An Outdoor Fashion Shoot

There is a well known–and rather obvious–fact floating around that fashion photography is all about fashion. While that’s true, these types of photos should indeed focus on the style present within it, the process of actually conducting a fashion shoot isn’t quite as straight forward. There is a lot more to take into consideration beyond […]

3 | Read More →

5 Incredible Online Communities to Get Genuine Feedback on Your Photography

5 Incredible Online Communities to Get Genuine Feedback on Your Photography

The thing about the internet is there will always be someone willing to critique your work whether you want them to or not. While a little constructive criticism can go a long way towards improving your photography, a lot of the ‘critics’ we come across on the internet are, well, let’s just say less than constructive with […]

16 | Read More →

Tutorial: How to Create Action Sequence Shots Using Composite Photography

Tutorial: How to Create Action Sequence Shots Using Composite Photography

As our camera and software technology improve, the opportunities to push the limits of our creativity grows exponentially. Not that many of today’s techniques were not possible in days of film, but these advances make it less time consuming and more cost effective  to create photographs that are outside of the box. Such is the […]

5 | Read More →

Photographing Stars On Hawaii’s Mauna Kea Summit

Photographing Stars On Hawaii’s Mauna Kea Summit

When most people think of Hawaii they think of sunshine, surfing, and lazy afternoons spent on a beach. Ask any astrophotgrapher that has photographed the stars from Big Island’s Mauna Kea and you will hear quite a different story. The two-million year old volcano expands over 30,000 feet from the ocean floor to it’s peak, […]

9 | Read More →

Recent Members