Portrait Photography

“For me a photograph is most successful when it doesn’t answer all the questions, but leaves something to the imagination.” - Greg Gorman     Whenever I’m asked to share my photography insights, I feel what I best have to offer is my approach to creating a connected portrait; not only from a lighting perspective, but through the entire process. So here goes:...
A young Maasai warrior near Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzani. I wanted to convey a sense of this man’s world, a rather solo figure in this stunning landscape near the Serengeti.  Technical Information: Olympus E-M5, 12mm f2 lens, 20 seconds f2, 800 ISO,  Lexar Professional 600x SD card Leading workshops gives you an interesting insight into the hopes and aspirations of photographers...
We are surrounded by interesting photo opportunities, whether it be the landscape around us or the places that we visit. But one of the most popular subjects is photographing people. Here are some helpful tips for taking a great portrait. Light They say that one of the keys to having a successful business is location, location, location. Well…one of the keys to a good photo is light,...
We all take pictures of people, places, or subjects that interest us, but nothing is more important than capturing photos of those we love the most, mainly our family. As Mother’s Day approaches, we are reminded of the one person who has given so much to us. Our mothers brought us into the world and in many cases she sacrificed her wants and desires for our own. What could be a better way...
Taking pictures can be really fun and it allows us to capture history in an image. One of the greatest subjects for us to photograph is our loved ones. A good photo allows the viewer to see beyond the mere picture and get a glimpse into the soul of the person. Now, you might be wondering how to take that really special picture of that person you care most about. There are some simple tips that...