To us, photography is all about the varying the lighting, composition and perspective. When we were at Wegerzyn Gardens in Dayton last weekend for our engagement shoot, I took my life in my own hands and climbed onto the trellis to change my shooting perspective. Here is the result from the shot. I routinely vary […]
Tag Archives: Photography Techniques
Many of my prospective wedding couples are asking me about the new buzzword called “Available Light Photography” also known an “Natural Light Photography”. I don’t know where or when it originated, but it seems to be a popular technique because of it’s simplicity and advent of high ISO cameras. With available light technique, you just […]
I’ve been experimenting with a number of B&W conversions over the past several year, but nothing has taken hold. Many B& W conversions seem jejune and pedestrian. I wanted to add a little color and warmth to the image. Here is my favorite B&W conversion technique from this year. Here is my take to bring […]
I helped my Creative Director Niki Jahns with some creative shots during her recent engagement shoot. This may be a little technical, but this is what every good wedding photographer must understand immediately and be able to correct on the spot. Here are a couple of shots and how I went about getting the result. […]
I wanted to get outdoors this evening and tryout something that I’ve been contemplating for a while. I love the blurred look of the background, but wanted to achieve this look in camera rather than in post process. Here are my favorite 5 shots after taking nearly 50 images.