Creating a greeting card involves all kinds of details that are edited and scrutinized and many different variations before the final version is sent to the printers. So I thought I’d let everyone in on the process I go through for making a card all the way from the concept to the final product.
In portrait photography, it’s special when a series of photos tell a story and give some insight into the personality of the subject, be it real, implied, or open to interpretation. Another way to tell this story is to literally put the pictures together to make one final image like we did here with Cindy in Guildwood Park.
Taking long exposures on digital cameras is not without problems, namely in the form of hot pixels. During long exposures, the camera’s sensor heats up creating hot pixels which show up as red, green, and white dots.
A great way to capture movement when using flash photography is something called rear curtain sync or front curtain sync. Either of these options are great to use when photographing any movement indoors, like dancing, as I did at a recent wedding.
Here’s another creative video you can make using images after a photo shoot…linking them together in video editing software and use some captions to tell the story.
Each month the newborn baby is photographed with the same prop which creates an easy way to visualize their changes during the year. At the end of the year, you’re left with twelve…
One of the ways to allow portraits to tell more of a story is through a series of pictures.
After a good snowfall blanketed the ground with deep powder snow, the skies cleared and we were left with a brilliant sunshine. I wanted to get some pictures of my Golden Retriever, Sheldon running through the fresh snow.