New cameras couple smartphone abilities with dedicated image quality
by David Willis
There's not a lot available just yet, and the technology is so new that it's only found in three cameras as of this writing, but pretty soon you'll be able to control your camera from your smartphone.
Get the most out of small strobes for big lighting effects when you need to work fast on location and don’t want to sacrifice an ounce of lighting control and quality
By William Sawalich, Photography By Corey Woodruff
I've had my share of 90-second portrait sessions with important people who are short on time, and the ability to set up refined three-point lighting in no time flat can be the difference between getting the shot and going home with nothing.
The Stillmotion group’s storytelling approach to wedding videos and photography brought them massive commercial attention
By David Willis, Photography By Stillmotion
Whether shooting a wedding video or a high-profile, yearlong campaign, the Stillmotion collective's concentration has always been on what matters the most: telling the story.
As a professional photographer, should you beware of alternative dispute resolution?
by Samuel Lewis
If there's one aspect of contracts frequently misunderstood or rarely given due consideration, it's provisions relating to dispute resolution, and specifically, the increasingly common use of the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures of mediation and arbitration.