Photographing general events like parties, ceremonies etc while often simpler than weddings, aren’t always as simple as you might think – at least for photographers new to the business. There are many areas to cover and I will try to go over all the bases and create a list for you with everything you need to bring and look out for.
The Halloween season is upon us once again. Scary movies with blood curdling screams are just about on every movie channel. Chocolates and other sweet treats line kitchen cabinets waiting to be stashed into trick or treat bags. Photographers can also get in on the spooky, festive action. We can photograph the events as well […]
In real estate photography, the goal is to portray the indoor locations in the most realistic yet welcoming way possible. For more artistic purposes, however, such as in creating striking images from an indoor location, you can use many other factors to enhance your images. Why Dynamic Range is Important When photographing indoor locations under […]
Shooting book covers is different from general photography. Not in the sense that it requires any specialized equipment, but rather that it requires some extra planning and collaboration. Who Are the People Involved? Since a book is the subject of consideration, you need to know that there are multiple parties involved. You won’t be working […]
Once I finish shooting an event, my habit is to get home as soon as possible and immediately process the images. Time is of the essence here, since the musicians need around two hours to pack their stuff up, finish cashing out, etc. That gives me around three hours to finish the photos and deliver them […]
In the previous article we discussed the preparations necessary for the execution of one full-time club photography gig. Once you are certain that you are prepared to go for it and have checked and double-checked everything (having an actual checklist written on paper is a really good idea), then go ahead and read on. The gig […]