Weekly Photo Challenge: Shades of Gray

This week, the theme is to: Photograph Something Borrowed Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.... You don't just have to think weddings this week, but a summer wedding would be appropriate. So grab your camera this week - or better still, borrow someone else's - and go see what you can negotiate.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Something Borrowed

Photo Add one more to the Pile

This week, the theme is to: Photograph Something Borrowed Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.... You don't just have to think weddings this week, but a summer wedding would be appropriate. So grab your camera this week - or better still, borrow someone else's - and go see what you can negotiate.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Transportation

This week, the theme is to: Photograph transportation Planes, trains & automobiles - not to mention boats, bikes, buses, skateboards, trollies, and even hot air balloons. We're surrounded by modes of transportation! Get your cameras ready.

A Trip to Shutterfest

Jennifer Alexandra

This post comes to you from the floor of the photography conference Shutterfest. For those of you who are veterans of this event you know that this very well could be a literal statement. Don't step on me as you walk over my tired, broken body. Thousands of photographers come from around the country come to Shutterfest, but as it takes place in St. Louis, I only had to drive about 20 minutes. It may be a short trip, but once I arrived, I stepped into a photography fantasy world – a Disneyland for photographers!

Improving Portrait Post-Processing: Part 2

Photo Eyes Have it

Though I tend to be more of a travel photographer, I still feel that I need to be able to take portraits. Portraits are the bread-and-butter of many photographers' businesses and having more photographic skills and techniques can never be a drawback.  In this post, I'll talk about a few tips that improved my portrait post-processing. This… Continue reading Improving Portrait Post-Processing: Part 2

Improving Portrait Post-Processing: Part 1

Photo Wonder

Though I tend to be more of a travel photographer, I still feel that I need to be able to take portraits. Portraits are the bread-and-butter of many photographers' businesses and having more photographic skills and techniques can never be a drawback.  In this post, I'll talk about a few tips that improved my portrait post-processing. Tip… Continue reading Improving Portrait Post-Processing: Part 1