Five More Tips For Better Portraits

When I wrote the first edition of this, I realized nearly a week after that I had even more ideas for ways to create better portraits, so we're back with more ways to better your photography and step up your portraiture work! I hope this is informative and easy enough to understand so you can … Continue reading Five More Tips For Better Portraits

TIPS ON TUESDAY: Bad Habits in Photography

I wrote this and didn't post it! Ahh!! Anyways, I have some of the worst habits ever. There's honestly so many things I do in photography I need to remedy. I decided I would, well, make a list of all these things I need to axe from my habits! Here's a couple things I do … Continue reading TIPS ON TUESDAY: Bad Habits in Photography

TIPS ON TUESDAY: Posing Models

It's a simple method. More often than not, with new models, I get asked "Oh, what kinds of poses should I do?" "What do I do with my hands?" "Does this look good?" "Should I do this?" Here's what I tell people. Literally everyone. "Natural movements go a long way." I'm sure if you took … Continue reading TIPS ON TUESDAY: Posing Models

Have A Little Faith

'Cause I shot with Faith. Get it? Have a little Faith? I'll go now. But seriously, it was a good shoot. I redeemed myself from all the other night shoots I've done on Hertel Ave and I finally got the shots I've been dreaming of for a while now. It was a short little shoot … Continue reading Have A Little Faith

Exploring Urban Buffalo

Parking garages. So simple, but a great location. After trying to find time to shoot over the past 5 weeks and failing each time to do so, Taylor (TayTay) and I finally managed to squeeze in some time! She had the brilliant idea to shoot in a parking garage, a location that was familiar to … Continue reading Exploring Urban Buffalo