To the surprise of no one, the topic of light is relatively common here on Light Stalking; search the archives and you can easily find plenty of useful advice about shooting during the golden hour, shooting only with ambient light, shooting at night, etc. What if someone among Light Stalking’s loyal readership wanted to know about night photography and street photography?
For photographers, the best part about the holiday season is capturing Christmas lights and subjects with Christmas lights as background. It is during this season that you can go for images with beautiful Christmas Bokeh and they are really fun to photograph. When capturing Christmas light photos it is important to understand the environment. Since […]
Studio work is nearly the exact opposite from location shooting, especially for portraits. With location portrait shoots, the focus is easily on the person posing, but the surrounding elements also contribute to the final product. Also, the studio presents some more challenging lighting situations, as the photographer needs to create the light, rather than modify what the sun is providing. Here are 12 tips for shooting studio portraits!
We all love the beach, but getting a decent photograph from your beach excursion can be a little tricky. Here are a few quick beach photography tips that should help you improve your results. Visiting the beach can be one of many reasons – for a sun bath, a slow walk to get some air, […]
Taking photographs in the golden hour will produce some of the best results in photography. This post covers shooting in golden hour from go to whoa.
There is a huge difference between shooting in natural light and shooting in a studio because, in a studio, one has full control over lighting. Although it is not always easy to achieve the lighting you are looking for, you can experiment and change the way the lights are set up until you get the desired results. Here are some tips on setting up high key lighting!