We all love food. It’s how we converse, catch up, and coexist. Without food we wouldn’t last a week. One of the greatest joys of “fooding” is the art of product photo taking. Capturing food in a photo in just the right way does more to arouse the appetite than starvation. Most people assume the [...]
What is the first thing you notice about product photos? Is it the aesthetics, or do you see the product itself stripped of any subjective overtones? What if I told you there’s a way to have both? Taking photos worthy of a Pulitzer Prize may sound a bit lofty, but let me assure you there’s [...]
Christmas is coming and everyone wants something different. Thankfully when it comes to camera accessories we’re ready to play Santa. We’ve composed a list of accessories for all cameras that will please anyone on your photography list, naughty or nice. Here are some of the hottest accessories for this Christmas: Accessories -Accessory bag for Canon [...]
Here is a list of Questions you should always ask yourself before you leave the house on a photo shoot. Look it over and if think anything was left out add it in the comments section.
By Frank Rende Recently while on vacation in Myrtle Beach S.C. I took a stroll down the boardwalk at night to catch the fireworks show. The location I chose was about a mile away from the pier where they were shooting the fireworks, and not too far from The Sky Wheel a local attraction. It [...]
One of the things that has made digital photography fun is the ability to use editing software to play around and do fun things with your photos. A big question for beginners is what digital editing software to use. Yvonne Berger, one of the instructors at Berger Brothers Camera in Amityville and Syosset Long Island, [...]
April showers bring May flowers – As the spring brings warmer temperature it also brings rain, but shooting nature and macro doesn’t need to be regulated by sunny days only. The Pentax K5 is a fully weather sealed DSLR in a rugged magnesium alloy shell. Combined with Pentax DA or WR lenses (Weather Resistant), it [...]
Tripods are great! They come in all shapes and sizes to meet everyone’s needs. The most common tripod is the 3-legged telescoping design. Other types of tripods are of the table top variety, some have clamps to attach to a chair or pole, some clamp onto a car window, some wrap around odd shaped objects [...]
Aperture Priority Mode: “A” or “Av” Shutter Priority Mode: “S” or “Tv” Program Mode: “P” Manual Mode: “M”
Everyone loves photographing children but this task is harder then it seems. Here are a few ideas and tips to ensure you never miss a photo opportunity of your children. Do you have an secrets or tips from your experience photographing kids? Add them in the comments section of this blog.