At this point, the photo exhibit is taking a good shape. We know how to print and frame, after having selected our material and secured a place to show our photographs. The remaining questions are, who will visit our exhibit? What will happen in the opening?
We’re almost ready for the exhibit! We have a theme, the images and the place. We only need to print, frame and then we open the exhibit.
In our previous posts of this series, we defined the theme of our photo exhibit and selected the images to show. now the question is, where should you display your images?
In the first part of this series of blog posts we dealt with the theme for our photographic exhibit. Once we have defined a theme, we need to take a look at our image library and select the images we could show in the exhibit.
We start a new series of blog posts around a common theme. In this series we’ll write about how to plan and execute a photo exhibit.
Some time ago I wrote about how to organize a photowalk. I think photowalks are amazing opportunities for photographers to share and have a good time together. But, what if you want to take the experience of a photowalk and bring it to a studio? We now have a group shoot.
In a previous post I described the photographic sensors and how their size affects the image. Today I’d like to tell you about film cameras and formats. Yes, many of these cameras are still in use today.
One of the most common questions I’m asked during a photography class is “how can I make an image like this?” while the student shows me an image with motion blur. The person usually is expecting some sort of technical explanation, but I usually respond: “The secret is in the hips”.
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about the advantages of the Adobe plan for photographers. One of those advantages is the possibility of using Lightroom Mobile, which is the mobile version of Lightroom and it works on iPad and iPhone. In this post I’ll make a summary of their benefits.
Portrait photography is considered by many as a major challenge, because we need to show a person’s personality and essence in a static image. How can we show his/her strength? What can we say about his/her energy? In order to do that we need to develop rapport — a trusting relationship — with the person Read More …