Today, I am going to show you to how to create a bokeh effect with Christmas tree lights. I love doing this, especially for portraits. They make everything sooo elegant! My helper today is Joe, who is the most patient model ever. He has to be for all those Instagram shots.
During the holiday season, I think I may take about 1,000 photographs of my family. No joke. It’s one of the reasons that I love this time of year, because I get to combine two things that I adore: my family and photography. I will post many of these photographs …
I try to avoid using my on-camera flash because it tends to wash things out, especially people. It also creates unsightly shadows and gives the skin illumination (which is NOT good). In this tutorial, I am going to show you a super duper simple flash diffuser that you can create …
I received several emails over the past few months that my readers would really like some basic Lightroom tutorials. So, some of my upcoming blog posts will be on Lightroom and Photoshop. In this basic tutorial, I will teach you how to install a Lightroom preset.
Here’s a simple product/blogging photography trick that you can use to create a seamless white background. This tip is a great way to make your photographs stand out, if you have an object that you would like to take a picture of, but you don’t want to use a flat-lay.
Bloggers know that you need to take good photos, but macro lens for your dSLR camera can be quite expensive. This Nikon AF-S FX Micro-NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED Fixed Zoom Lens costs almost $600, and this Nikon AF-S VR Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED costs almost $900. I am saving up my money to purchase these Nikon macro lens, but in the meantime, I want to show everyone the $25 macro lens photography for bloggers hack. Of course, anyone can use this hack, but bloggers (who can’t yet afford the expensive lens) will benefit from this.
Today, I’m going to go through some digital photo file organizing tips & tricks for all those massive amount of digital photos.
At last count, I have about 55,000+ photos.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Photography is so important for blog posts. These 4 stock photography sites were created just for bloggers like you. All offer free stuff for bloggers (such as a bunch of free flat-lay photos), inexpensive packages, and most of all — awesome photographs! Bloggers can create hundreds of different images, instantly, for all of your blog posts and social media content!