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Destination Wedding at the Tuscanese medieval castle

It’s so crucial to constantly change things up, give your viewers and your clients something nouvelle look at and hopefully something they did not see coming. Flare is technically something that is incorrect. The people who make our lenses do everything they can to prevent us from getting flare! What do you think those horrid lens hoods are for?

By |2018-01-23T08:17:36+01:00Juli 13th, 2016|Photograph, Portfolio, Wedding|0 Comments

A Wedding on St. Patrick’s Day: Boston

The basic strategy you’ll need to use in taking silhouette photos is to place your subject (the shape you want to be blacked out) in front of some source of light and to force your camera to make its exposure based upon the brightest part of your picture (the background) and not the very...

By |2018-01-23T08:17:36+01:00Juli 13th, 2016|Portfolio, Wedding|0 Comments

Adrenaline high wedding: the photos and videos

A recent new thing among many professional photographers is the use of Lens Flare. Simple in theory, it doesn’t take a lot of advanced knowledge to add this technique to your list of photographic tricks. A few recommendations will help you achieve your best Lens Flare capabilities without breaking into a sweat.

By |2018-01-23T08:17:35+01:00Juli 13th, 2016|Photograph, Portfolio|0 Comments

5 most exotic desination weddings I ever photographed

In shadows photography, shadow is the key element in the photo. So, the photographer focuses on the shadow in the image and try to find the creative aspect behind it. I hope you enjoy the below collection of shadow photography and notes about the best shot in your mind.

By |2018-01-23T08:17:35+01:00Juli 13th, 2016|Photograph, Portfolio|0 Comments

British-American wedding: an aisle across an ocean

Taking regular photos is easy. Taking photos professionally is hard. But taking professional Portrait photos is a freaking tall order! So how do you take a ‘Wow’ factor-grade portrait? Today and tomorrow I want to talk about taking Portraits that are a little out of the box.

By |2018-01-23T08:17:35+01:00Juli 13th, 2016|Photograph, Portfolio, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Audio Post

Color theory is an extensive thingy that is sometimes rules-defined, sometimes creativity-wise intuitive. People spend days in accredited institutions studying all the theoretical rules about it. There’s a science to picking out colors and putting them together to achieve a desired effect. Once you know how to do it, these concepts can help you in every...

By |2018-01-23T08:17:35+01:00Juni 6th, 2016|Photograph, Portfolio|0 Comments

Link Post

Today, in times of Instagram, Pinterest and rampant photo sharing, you need to be taking pictures for your blog. Virtually every blogging platform makes it easier to upload and share photos on your site without knowing a lick of HTML. The new things and low price of digital cameras created an effect of nearly everyone carrying a camera around in their pocket.

By |2018-01-23T08:17:34+01:00Juni 4th, 2016|Photograph, Portfolio, Wedding|0 Comments