Pros & Cons of Going Tethered to Shoot Headshots

If you'll be shooting a bunch of headshots—perhaps taking photos for many people in an office—one of the decisions that you'll need to make when you're packing up your gear is whether or not you'll go tethered. In photography terms, tethered means that your camera is connected to a laptop computer, which you'll set up next to you so that you and your subjects can easily view the images that you take.   Read More...

A Wedding Photographer Can Make Your Special Day Better

If you're looking to hire some of the best professionals to make your special day even better, you may want to consider hiring a wedding photographer. Your professional photographer can help to capture all of those special memories that you want to look back at years down the road. When you hire a wedding photographer, they can make your special even better.  Capture in the Moment Memories   You want photos of more than just the first kiss and the vows.   Read More...

Tips For Shooting The Bride And Bridesmaids Getting Dressed

For wedding photographers, the shoot begins long before the bride walks down the aisle at the start of the wedding ceremony. It's common to spend time with the bride and her bridesmaids while they're getting dressed for the big day and shoot a series of photos of this lengthy process. These photos can be a real highlight for the bride, so it's important to proceed with this task in the correct manner.   Read More...

4 Ways To Permanently Record And Capture Your Wedding Day Memories

Your upcoming wedding day is a culmination of months or sometimes years of planning, and an event that you have likely looked forward to your entire life, so it is one you want to fully make a record of. Having photos and video of your wedding day and the events leading up to the ceremony will help you remember that day vividly and the people who were part of it. Here are four methods you can use to can record your wedding so you can keep the memories forever.   Read More...

Four Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Drone Video

If you have recently purchased a drone, you definitely want to get the most use out of it. This way, you can capture videos that are good quality every time rather than struggling to get the right shots. Here are four tips to help you get the most out of your drone video: ND Filter: First off, you should always be using an ND filter on your lens for the simple reason that it filters out the light that could enter your sensor.   Read More...