Category Archives: Photography Techniques
Sunsets (and sunrises) are appealing subjects for artists everywhere but we frequently forget to include a subject. I like to treat the sky as a background for a great subject rather than the subject itself.
Sometimes it’s fun to try things just to see what happens. In this case I combined a model laying on a large rotating turntable with a strobe that projects a grid pattern. I simply placed an LED lantern on the … Continue reading
I always want to get the best results possible for my fine art landscape photography so I always have the camera set in RAW mode. RAW mode records the raw, unprocessed data just as it’s captured by the sensor so I … Continue reading
I’m continuing to get more new work ready for the upcoming November show at Studios on Sheridan in Peoria, Illinois. I’m always drawn to ways to create an abstract image out of something real.
Time of day can be one of the most important factors in determining the success of a photo. Consider the photo of Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park in Utah. The photo was taken just after sunrise. The wonderful orange … Continue reading