Posts in Photography

Crucial Things to Consider While Hiring a Commercial Photographer

We are living in a world wherein any random person holds an iPhone and creates an awesome Instagram profile, and calls himself as a passionate photographer. Well, business and commercial photography is not a layman’s job and needs professional expertise. Does it seem to be irritating for you?  Well, you can save all the hassle of finding an excellent photographer for your business if you consider the following things. A little bit of research and homework will save you from falling into the trap of making a wrong hiring decision…. Read More

Things to Keep in Mind while Choosing the Wedding Photographer

Through all of the anticipation and excitement that comes with preparation for your wedding, the day finally approaches and leaves more quickly than you would even conceive. While you should relish each moment of the day, one thing is certain. You will want to recall it always. The best way to pull value out of all you invest in your wedding day is to make these moments palpable and wedding photographers are the ones who make this dream come true. There are many suggestions and tips available on the internet… Read More

Top Tips For Photography

As Debs is still out of action, and photography is normally her ‘bag’, I thought I would use the opportunity to bring you my top tips for photographing little people! Now, I’m no professional, far, far from it, but I do have a lot of experience of photography attempts on wriggly, sulky, whinging kids (did I mention how lovely they are?!) and I know how frustrating it can be when you’re trying to get a good shot for relatives/thank you cards/the empty frame on the mantelpiece. Numero uno: Relax They… Read More

Professional Photography

The interview Introduction: I am what I call a Fine Art family portrait photographer specialising in Maternity shoots, natural newborn shoots and location family shoots. When and how did you fall in love with photography? Since a child I’ve always been the annoying one pointing the camera at people at parties and on school trips, and was bought a great manual Olympus OM2 for my 18th Birthday which takes amazing images and still does. I then worked in a large multinational company for nearly 10 years after university before rediscovering… Read More

Beth Lofgren’s Interview On Photography

Hi, I’m Beth Lofgren of Beth Lofgren photography. When and how did you fall in love with photography? I started my journey in photography while collecting images from races I had completed.  The passion grew, of course as you will hear from many females, when my son arrived. A very giving photographer in the area where I used to live, Lauren Gill, saw my Nikon D40 on a table and asked me a few questions that sparked my interest further. I had hired her to capture my son during his… Read More

Inspritation For Photography

When and how did you fall in love with photography? About 4 years ago my girlfriend bought me a camera for Christmas. A Canon 350D. Quite a gamble on her part as I’d done no photography to that point but it’s working out ok. I certainly got more use out of that camera than the saxophone she bought me the year after! Have you had any formal training? I’ve done a couple of Brett Harkness’ (genius) day courses but that’s about it. How would you describe your photography style? Generally… Read More

Photographer’s Life

Whether you are a parent wanting beautiful pictures of your children, an amateur photographer looking to learn more about portrait photography or somebody who just likes to read an interesting interview accompanied by pretty pictures, these posts are for you…The interview Introduction: Hi my name is Emma and I am a portrait, wedding and fine art photographer. I live with my boyfriend Dave in a little house opposite a cemetery! When and how did you fall in love with photography? I’ve always been creative and as a little girl I… Read More

Rev up your Revenue with Perfect Product Photography!

Selling is an art, and sold goods (or services) are trophies! The best thing you can do to your business is to make your stocks (or expertise) sell! Well that’s what’s the basic point is about starting any kind of business. We tend to create or stock up goods so that we may sell it later. Making profit out of them is a vital goal in business. Now the question arises – how to attract your target audience towards your product or service?! What goes in is attracting the crowd… Read More

An Interview with Portrait Photographer Natalie Dybisz

1. Briefly describe a Day in the Life of Natalie Dybisz! I get up between 8am and 9am, and go for a jog (most mornings) by the sea. After showering and having breakfast, I seem to spend most of my time on my laptop; processing pictures, replying to emails, preparing material for my blog and other website pages, and doing accounts, etc. Some afternoons I will go out and shoot, most often self-portraits, though the occasional collaborative model shoots too. I do intermittent chores throughout the day to take a… Read More