This is a presentation about Samuel’s journey from Samuel Streetlife as a Photographer and how the RICOH GR influenced their Photography. This was recorded during a GR Event in London in October 2022.
Category: Lifestyle Photography
5 BEST Posing Tips for Photographers
Here is a great video from Julia Trotti where when offers five excellent posing tips for photographers. For more articles and videos on portrait photography, CLICK HERE. For more articles and videos on Lifestyle Photography, CLICK HERE.
35mm vs 50mm vs 85mm Lens Comparison for couple Photography
Here is a very informative video from Rebecca Carpenter where she talks about and compares three different lenses for wedding or couple photography. For more articles and videos on Lifestyle Photography, CLICK HERE. For more articles and videos on Wedding Photography, CLICK HERE.
Removing Lights in Post – Tips on Why & How To Do It
Here is an interesting video by Francisco Hernandez of FJH Photography. In it, he explains removing lights in post-production, and more importantly, he explains why he does it. For more articles and videos on Lifestyle Photography, CLICK HERE.
Japan’s Train-spotters Take Risks to Capture Perfect Photo
Photography is all about taking risks to capture the perfect photo. The South China Morning Post has a great video detailing train photographers, known as toritetsu in Japanese. These photographers have been blamed for overstepping the line while trying to capture a perfect photo of passing trains. Check it out!
6 wedding photographers – 1 couple – 5 minute CHALLENGE
Here is an interesting video from the Magic Wedding Photographer. In it, he and five other wedding photographers: Sam Hurd Rebecca Carpenter Beatrice The Quirky Sean Bell Neil Thomas Douglas each have five minutes to photograph the same couple, in the same setting. Kind of a 6-photographer shootout. For more articles and videos on Lifestyle…
BUDGET Photography Gear SHOOTOUT
Here is an excellent video by Vanessa Joy featuring portrait/lifestyle Audrey Woulard. In it, each of them uses cheaper photography gear in a kind of shootout – Audrey is using a Nikon D70 and Vanessa is using a Canon EOS-10D. For more lifestyle articles and videos, CLICK HERE. For more portrait photography articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
43 Cutest Newborn Photo Ideas To Try Yourself
Christopher Bryan-Smith has a great article on Expert Photography outlining 43 newborn photo ideas. If you’re into, or interested in getting into newborn photography, this is the article for you! Check out Christopher’s newborn photo ideas by clicking on the button below: For more lifestyle articles and videos, CLICK HERE.
Best Camera Settings For Family Photography Sessions
Determining the best camera settings for family photography sessions is a challenging task. Jennifer Nicole recently did a video discussing the best settings for Family Lifestyle and Newborn Sessions. It’s a great video that gives the basics of these particular situations and how to capture the best picture.
Character Portrait Photography Tips & Techniques
Wayne Turner has a nice article on Picture Correct that goes over some Character Portrait Photography Tips & Techniques. Character portraits can apply to environmental photography and lifestyle photography. It is simply a type of photography about a person that should convey that person’s personality – not only through their face but also through their…
Step-by-Step Guide to Stress Free Posing
Adorama Tv has this video from the SLR Lounge called, Step-by-Step Guide to Stress Free Posing | Master Your Craft. In the video, they call it micro-posing. It’s something I was taught years ago and I found it to be very effective. Hopefully you do too!
5 Creative Accessories to Conceal Distracting Backgrounds
Pye Jirsa at the SLR Lounge wrote a nice piece explaining some creative accessories you can use when the background of a scene isn’t very appealing. His article is more specific to wedding photography but I think all of the accessories and techniques he describes in the article can be applied in just about any…
4 Quick Tips To Improve Your Natural Light Portraits
Jason D. Little, over on the website, Light Stalking, has a great article on how to improve your natural light portraits. Jason’s article, as it should, mainly concerns light and how to find the light that will compliment your subject and composition best. If you’d like to improve your natural light portraits, click on the…
Beyond the Rule of Thirds
One of the first rules of composition most photographers learn is the Rule of Thirds. Most would agree that the Rule of Thirds is fine and will often help you get a well-balanced composition. At times though, the rule of thirds may not be the best way to compose a given scene. Andrew S. Gibson,…
The Brenizer Method: A Step-By-Step Guide
Danielle Ness wrote this fantastic step-by-step guide on Digital Photography School explaining how to shoot the Brenizer Method. For those of you that aren’t familiar with the Brenizer Method, allow me to explain: As you may know, wide-angle lenses have quite a bit of depth of field. The wider the lens, the more depth of…