Iceland is said to be the land of 1,000 waterfalls, and rightly so. It has developed as one of the hottest tourist destinations for photographers and adventurers looking for something different. I traveled to Iceland not sure what to expect - a bit of culture, a bit of unknown - and maybe a bit of adventure. It exceeded expectations on every level. This article highlights my Top 5 of Iceland's famous waterfalls and the epic landscape photos from them. I did take all of these photos and take 100% photo credit.Read More
Photography Tips / Articles
Photography tips and articles helping photographers learn techniques for better pictures are plentiful on the web. What makes this blog different is my photography tips are free and available. I work to maintain one goal: to help photographers of all levels. Wedding photographers should browse my tips for better portraits and contact me for individualized help as I have photographed multiple weddings including destination weddings, always seeking methods to make sure the bride is always happy.
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Starting a photography business takes time, patience and planning. This article is going to become a series of articles walking new photographers through several required steps to getting your photography business up and running. What do you do first starting a photography business? How much should you invest in camera equipment? What camera equipment is best to start out with? What legal paperwork do you need for a photography business? This article addresses these questions to help you get started today.Read More
Working in the portrait photography industry you need a good strobe light that gets the job done. The Nikon SB-910 is the only flash you need to cover all of your portrait lighting situations. The SB-910 replaces the discontinued SB-800 and packs a bigger punch than the SB-700. Whether you are working in the field or in a studio, this is the only flash you need for portrait photography.Read More
It's time for summer and travel - which means time to upgrade your travel camera. I review the my top rated cameras for under $1,000. Olympus and Leica offer excellent cameras for photographers of all levels including HD video and plenty of megapixels.Read More