I got to climb Mt. Longonot with a small team and document the trip. While the trip was tiring and exhausting, it was a great experience for me to shoot on the road and capture people on the move on rough terrain. I got to take plenty of shots of going round the crater while enjoying the beautiful landscape.
I shot this using my handheld DSLR. While the footage is shaky in some places, nothing had been pre-planned which is expected on such expeditions.
What does it take to tell a story with light? What does a cinematographer to do create memorable, stunning pictures with light and composition?
Many of the world’s finest DPs explain their understanding of light and shadow and what it takes to move emotion of their viewers. They also discuss their process of creativity and what it takes to be an accomplished cinematographer in this 19-minute documentary.
It’s been a little while since I posted something new, but I have been on the road shooting events. I wanted to post a quick follow-up on the last blog I did on How to Pose Subjects. I realize that a lot of photographers and photography enthusiasts have covered a wedding or likely have had opportunities to do so.
Here are a few poses that anyone can use to greatly improve the quality and look of their images when shooting the bride and groom on their wedding day.
Have you been wondering, and possibly scratching your head, over what image formats you should use for your Facebook post updates, website, or blog? The truth is, some images are best served in a certain style while others are suited for certain channels.
Check out this infographic to learn about the different image formats and their usage.