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How to Photograph a Music Festival


There have never been more opportunities for photographers to cover music festivals than there are today. From big-name festivals in major markets to smaller regional and local festivals, these events offer a fun and challenging experience for both the newcomer and the seasoned professional. With a decade of covering festivals large and small, in this […]


Six Lighting Setups to Try on Your Next Photoshoot


Over the course of my career, I’ve noticed that a lot of my work comes in waves, where I will be incredibly busy for several months on end, and then be really slow for a month or two. Historically, August is always been a slow month, so as a result, I typically take my time […]


Getting Started in Cave Photography


A few years ago, I got an email from an editor with the subject line “Caving next week?” It was an invitation to work on a caving assignment in Idaho and Wyoming. At the time, I was uncertain that caving was something I was interested in so I passed on the job. Boy was I […]

Photographic Techniques

How AI Tools are Making Retouching Easier Than Ever


A few months ago, I wrote about AI art, and what it means for the industry of photography. Admittedly, in the last 6 months or so, my take on the topic feels a bit dated, and I’m far more concerned than ever with the technology advancing so rapidly and what it means for the industry […]

Geek Articles

How to Expose Raw Files – Part 2


This is Part 2 of an article published last week. For the best understanding, please read part one by clicking here. Last week, we talked a bit about how the camera exposes raw files and used an analogy of rainwater and buckets to explain that. Today, we’re going to dive into the topic more and […]

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