Blog for the Professional Photographer and Artist
Photographer Aly Kuler and his wife, Kathleen Gemma Kuler, who are based in New York’s Hudson Valley, have been shooting weddings together ever since meeting at WPPI in 2019. “Everything was going great until the coronavirus pandemic hit,” says Aly, channeling not just other wedding photographers thoughts but small business people everywhere. Most of their clients postponed the big day, leaving just a handful of backyard weddings on the Kulers’ schedule. Instead of being defeated, though, they brainstormed and came up with an expansion plan for their business: printing and selling wall displays.
When attempting to tackle a new style of photography, it can be hard to determine how and where to start. What new equipment do you need? What camera settings are best for this type of photography? What trusted sources can provide more information? Before you completely dive in, it can be helpful to read some best practice tips for succeeding in this new style. Luckily, seasoned landscape and travel photographer Michael Ince is excited to share some tips for those interested in giving waterfall photography a try. Read on to learn more about Mike's advice on camera settings, suggested equipment, ideal weather, and every aspect in between.
With more and more people diving into photography, do you find it harder to stand out and get noticed? Are you creative, but tired of everyone shooting the same landmarks you visit? Are you looking for new landscapes to explore? One way to shake things up is by diving into a niche field of photography – like photomicrography. And yes, landscapes under a microscope is correct.
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Whether you’re photographer or artist, these eight tips will help you develop an eye for beautiful compositions. Even if you’re a professional artist or photographer with over ten years of experience, everyone could use a refresher and be inspired to constantly push yourself. As artists, there is always something new to learn. After all, you’ve got to learn the rules before you can break them! By the end of reading these eight composition rules, you’ll begin to notice many of the examples actually utilize multiple rules.
Photographer Mike Ince is back on the CG Pro Prints blog to share tips for beginners interested in getting started with Astrophotography. Mike has many photography passions, and he was excited to share his Astrophotography advice with the CG Pro Prints audience. Continue reading to learn more about capturing the elusive Milky Way and creating gorgeous galactic shots of your own.