5 Simple Tips for Shooting Gorgeous Portraits During Winter

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Clicking pictures in snow can be fun for some photographers. But, some photographers shrug their shoulders at the thought of photography in just WHITE snow. It feels like a blank backdrop to them. We will give you some tips on how to use the whiteness of winters to your advantage. Look for clean white snow while looking for the perfect winter photography backdrops. The snow is just like a seamless white paper. Dirty snow with footprints all over can be discouraging to the photographer as well as the subjects. Use proper exposure settings of your camera to use this bright background. Use pop colors in the clothing of the subject while clicking photos. If the subjects are wearing neutral colors, hand over some colorful props to them. Colors look amazingly good in the blank white backdrops. Snow can be used as a great background for hats, boots and winter coats. … Read more…

Posing For Portrait Photography

When photographing people we are always looking for great new and excited poses, but after applying the same poses over and over again we tend to run out of ideas and go for those good old poses we know and love. As the art of photography keeps changing over the years, from new equipment to brand new inventions. We are always trying to make our new photo shoot more amazing than your previous ones. From Weddings, high school Senior pictures, Family and other photo shoots  you are always faced with the problem how the customer or clients should pose. Thus, when working your clients always come first, just remember always listen to what their feedback is. It’s their photo shoot so make it about them, but you don’t want them to take command or do all the work you were hired for your photography and creative insight. Here’s a tip when … Read more…

10 Magical Tips for Christmas Photography

1. Preparations are part of the celebration Even before Christmas starts, there is a lot going on. Get busy capturing the motion that is put in place by the Christmas preparations – this is what Christmas Photography sometimes misses. Have a picture of the kids decorating the tree, the grandma baking the cookies and the wife setting the table. These are candid pictures, but you should not forget about composition rules while hunting the perfect moment. Try to fill the frame in order to have your subject free from distractions. Since we are talking about indoor pictures of people in motion, make sure to set the ISO sensitivity higher. Test a few shots to adjust your camera settings to a shutter speed that keeps motion blur away. 2. Photograph the indoor and outdoor Christmas lights Decorations aren’t just in your tree. In fact, it’s quite possible that before you even started to … Read more…

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