For this week’s Photo Tip Thursday, I’ll be going over how to save images with too much haze caused by shooting into the sun or through windows. Shooting into the sun can make for some beautiful sun flare in images,
This week’s Photo Tip Thursday has all to do with shooting on/near large bodies of water. Lakes, rivers, ponds and other bodies of water offer some stunning scenery for the background of your outfit photos, but they also present some
Lately, I’ve received a lot of questions about problems faced when exporting photos for use on blogs and Instagram. One of the most baffling problems is a desaturation of photos after they’re exported and viewed on an iPhone or web
This last weekend, I was backing up my laptop to an external hard-drive so that I could free up some space on my computer, when I came across some old travel photos that I took on a trip to Italy back in 2009. As I was looking back through them, I couldn’t help but notice that they were…well, pretty awful. So, I set about editing them in Lightroom to spruce them up a bit.
This week’s photo tip is a follow-up to last week’s post about low light photography. It has to do with another area of low-light photography, indoor photography. Indoor photography presents some unique challenges to outfit photography in that there is
For this week’s Photo Tip Thursday, I’ll be talking about shooting in low light. Taking photographs in low light can present some serious challenges to overcome when it comes to taking outfit photos. The glaring problem here is the small
This week’s photo tip Thursday has all to due with purchasing used lenses. Many of the same criteria mentioned in last week’s post about buying used cameras need to be met when buying a used lens as well, however there’s