There’s a disturbing attitude growing among some “professional” photographers, especially among new pros that have just started charging for their services. It’s the paranoia that every other working photographer is now their competition, scheming to steal paying clients away from them. It’s a sad thing to see that kind of attitude develop in a creative community, because almost every professional photographer started out the same way in their amateur days, or as we like to call them… “The Good Ol’ Days” There’s nothing like being a wide-eyed newbie, in wonderment of the art of photography. With brand-new camera and...Read More
Author: Josh Liba
This post is based on this comment from a reader: Taking pictures of my young ones is super important to me. Getting the right settings for the lighting is a challenge. I find myself using the meter in my viewfinder, but I feel like I’m cheating…? How [do I] achieve that golden light? Also, I love the look of bokeh, but struggle to get my lens to focus from one subject to another if I don’t use the automatic focus points. How can I change focus more quickly, but keep the background blurred? I think it will be super helpful to...Read More
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