studio photography – part two

Studio Photography – Part Two Jewelry The other day I showed you the set for photographing items in the studio with a beautiful radiating feathered edge glow around the subject..(check that post here) The images from that post were cameras … Continue reading

studio photography – part one

Set-up for Studio Photography – Product Getting good, solid lighting is the best thing you can do to highlight the features of products. Today’s post is how I set up to photograph some jewelry and a couple of my cameras. … Continue reading

panoramic photography – one more time

Panoramic Photography – One More Time Here’s one more use of panoramic photography that I haven’t mentioned in previous posts. Change the number of Mega-Pixels in your camera. “Say what?” You ask? “And once you explain, tell me why I … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – dorff

Tuesday Painterly Photo Art – Arica Dorff I met Arika when she was on a road trip creating images for her pet photography business. She was passing through Sedona, and I had the pleasure to make her acquaintance and discovered … Continue reading

splash photography

Water Droplet Splash Photography I’ve always wanted to attempt water droplet photography. And now I have! It’s kinda like photographing fireworks in that you never are quite sure what you are going to capture when the shutter is fired, but … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – sperling

Tuesday painterly Photo Art – Karen Sperling Karen’s exquisite work speaks for itself. I’ll let her tell ‘the rest of the Story.’ “My mother was an artist and my father enjoyed photography, so I’ve been painting and taking photos for … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – tumason

Tuesday Painterly Photo Art – Paul Tumason It’s fun to find new art and artists (to me) once you start poking around. I’m happy to share Paul’s painterly photography work with you today on the Successful-Photographer blog. Paul’s Thoughts on … Continue reading