Day: February 16, 2017

7 Tips for Overcoming Nerves When Doing Street Photography

Good street photography can sometimes look deceptively easy to do yourself. All you have to do is be in the right place at the right time, get a little lucky, and bam – you have an incredible, one-of-a-kind photograph. However, the reality is much more difficult than that, and it’s something that can surprise photographers […]

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Photographing Light Pillars in Cold Conditions

Have you ever seen strange beams of light emanating from the ground and going skyward? Perhaps you’ve wondered what this strange phenomenon might be. Aurora Borealis? Or maybe even laser beams fired by visitors from another planet? The answer is they are neither. Timmy Joe has an explanation: Earlier this month Joe was awakened in the middle […]

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Fujifilm XF 23mm F2 R WR sample gallery

Not only does it not often snow in Seattle, it’s not often sunny either. Nor does it often rain babies. Precious babies made by staff members. So when you get a bit of all three, you can bet we’re out there with a camera and lens. A weather resistant one, capable of subject isolation, and to-die-for […]

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Vietnam – Two Lenses on Traditional Culture

Although having one of the fastest growing economies in the world over the last decade, with significant advancements in modernization and higher living standards, Vietnam is still home to many traditional cultures living in several regions of the country. These include the northern and central mountain areas, the Cham region on the south eastern coast, […]

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Six Tips for New Freelance Corporate Photographers

I’ve been shooting corporate jobs since about 2010. At first, it was a little rocky. I didn’t really know what I was doing, I hadn’t shot enough with other photographers to learn the ropes, and I was just a self-taught photographer trying to make ends meet. Fast forward to 2017, and I’m shooting high-profile executives […]

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