A few weeks ago while photographing a beautiful waterfall, I was given a tip by a fellow photographer. He said to travel to Kent, NY and visit an amazing serene place. At first I was unaware of what he meant and was a bit skeptical but I decided to travel up North. Beneath the forest and the empty roads of Kent, NY Continue reading “The Photo Week: This Is What Lies Hidden In The Forest”
I’m currently working on a photo series about females who are considered millennials or were born in the “Millenial” era (between 1982 to 2004).
If you or anyone you know might be interested in having their Continue reading “Casting Call: Female Millennials For New Series”
Have you ever had a moment or an experience that shaped your life? Or were you ever surrounded by the worst circumstances that you didn’t know what to do next?
The first time I traveled to Ecuador I was fifteen years old and my Continue reading “The Photo Week: Witnessing Tiny Miracles in Ecuador”
The one crucial piece of advice that I received when I was starting out was this: “Find Your Signature.” Well that’s easier said then done.
As you know, every photographer is different. We all have a different style, aesthetic and vision on how we see an image. Even Continue reading “The Photo Week: How To Find Your Signature Style”
I am so excited to share with you my wonderful conceptual series “Divine Intervention”. It has been one of those photographic journeys that’s really helped shift my thinking of the human body and the self esteem of women. Continue reading ““Divine Intervention” series now available to take home!”
One of the many things that have tried to accomplish was the beautiful and magical sunstar. Sunstars are rays of light that come out into the shape of a star. This trick an be done with any Continue reading “The Photo Week: How To Create Stars In The Day Time!”
Okay here is a scenario: you start on your photography journey and become super excited to just pick up a camera and start shooting away. You buy your very first camera and just take photos of everything around you! Then you realize that you actually like Continue reading “The Photo Week: The Key To Mastering Amazing Photos!”
Do me a favor: go online and make a list of your favorite photographers. Seriously, go online and look up some photographers that when you see their work you say WOW! If you don’t know where to start, google “famous photographers”.
I can go through a list of amazing artists: Sally Mann, Zack Arias, Ansel Adams, Mary Ellen Mark, Anne Leibowitz, Richard Avedon, Continue reading “The Photo Week: Why Your Photography Isn’t Going Anywhere (& How To Fix It!)”
Taking photographs outside is something that we do the first time we buy a camera. We take it everywhere and want to explore all different locations which is the best thing to do! But let’s say that you finally get hired to shoot a portrait in the park on a sunny afternoon. Awesome idea right? Continue reading “The Photo Week: Why Shooting In The Sun Is A Very Bad Idea!”
A couple of months ago I was given information about this body building competition that was going to take place in New Jersey. I for one have never been to these type of events and thought that they are just beauty pageants for meat heads (which let’s face it – they are haha!). But when 54 year old Uber drive William De La Continue reading “The Photo Week: How To Shoot In Shitty Lighting”
Christmas is only a few days away and people are scrambling all over the streets purchasing last-minute presents. Or if you are like me, you are out to find deals specifically for you! Although it may sound very vain and selfish to purchase things for yourself on Christmas, if you are just starting your photography adventure you are going to buy the most important thing on your list: a camera.
Now for a first timer who walks into a camera shop it can be very overwhelming. There are millions of cameras all out there – how to
One of the things that I have been exploring a lot lately is landscapes.
I’m mainly a portrait photographer and I love to spend one-on-one time with people. However after shooting the same thing over and over, you kind of get into a comfortable state….which isn’t a good sign. Why? Because you aren’t growing as an artist. Sometimes you just need to put your expertise aside and try something new. Continue reading “The Photo Week: Turn Your Photos Into Art Quick & Easy!”