Posts Tagged ‘tips’

  • Don’t Like the Photo? Wait Five Minutes

    There’s a saying in the mountains: If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes – it’ll change. As photographers, we often need to wait for a photograph to come together; sometimes it only takes a few seconds, sometimes a few days. But whether we’re waiting for a storm to pass, a moment to happen, […]

  • Nikon D7000 High ISO Comparison

    My friend Alex was asking me the other day about how well the Nikon D7000 performed in low light when recording video. But rather than try to describe the noise levels at high ISOs, I decided to put together a short video that showed the differences. This post is a bit of a departure from my […]

  • 3 Critical Tips for Storing Photos

    So you have a lot of photos. And that’s not surprising, given all the cameras, phones, and even sunglasses that take pictures these days. These photos – whether professional images or phone snapshots – are important to us. But just because you’ve downloaded them to your computer doesn’t mean they’re safe. 1. Have multiple copies […]

  • Five Tips for Great Engagement Photos

    Engagement photos are great, not just because you get some nice photos to use for your save-the-date cards, but because they give you a chance to get comfortable with your photographer. So how to make the most of an engagement session? A few tips: Loosen up and relax. One of the keys to great engagement […]