First time I heard of flow posing was while I watching Sue Bryce’s Glamour Photography on CreativeLive.
I understood the advantage of flow posing, but it took me time to incorporate into the work flow.[Read More]
Using a second strobe as a rim light will separate the subject from a background. Separation is especially useful if the background is dark, or while shooting at night.[Read More]
This is the continuation of my previous blog. Here, I also use a single strobe to take a portrait. But, this time its an indoor portrait of my beautiful wife Sudixa.[Read More]
Recently, I have been salivating over Oliphant Studio’s backdrops. They are piece of art, and look good on portraits. However, they aren’t for everyone, as price ranges from couple to few a thousand dollars.[Read More]
While I was learning to shoot using pocket strobe, I was under the impression, as most people are, that more means better. Although, I knew about the concept of chiaroscuro (use of shadow and light in an art, used since the Renaissance period), this seemingly simple concept took a while to sink in.[Read More]
Rebecca and Brendan are into acro yoga. As stated in my previous post, both of them have been practicing the art for few years, which is quite apparent in the pictures.
We were lucky enough to have a clear sky on a Saturday morning, which is getting very rare these days in Austin, Texas.[Read More]
I bought my first DSLR five years ago, it was a Nikon D3000. Shooting in automatic mode was easy and intuitive, but the pictures weren’t that good.[Read More]
My friend Rebbeca and her buddy Erika are into acro yoga. Both of them have been practicing the art for few years. They wanted me to shoot them practicing outdoors.[Read More]
I love shooting during sunset, it gives picture a magical look.
But, shooting in the dusk, especially with the sun in the background, comes with its own challenges. There are few ways to shoot around the constraints:[Read More]