About a month ago, Allison, Megan, Hannah, Clara and I all got together (across email, unfortunately – not in person) and talked about doing an entrepreneur collab. Allison had noticed that she knew/knew of a lot of people who wanted to start an Etsy shop but just didn’t know how to start. So we put our heads together, talked to the other girls, and decided to all post about it!
Whether you’re shooting people, pets, or petunias (how’s my alliteration?), taking pictures indoors can be confusing and annoying. Some days the pictures may turn out great, and other days…not so much. I used to hate my pictures that I took inside, but I discovered in time that there as an art to it, like everything else. I’ve now done an entire photoshoot inside, not to mention lots of stock photography for my blog. Without further ado, my 3 tips.
Like many photographers, I’m afraid I’m a bit of a gear-hoarder. It’s known as G.A.S. – Gear Aquisition Syndrome. I believe I have around 5-6 lenses, which is pretty small compared to some of my colleagues! Nonetheless, in my experience hoarding gear, I’ve found some really epic lenses and today I’m going to delve into my favorite three lenses – the ones I always pick up and the first to include when I go on vacation or out on a shoot!
I think all of us in the industry have had this problem. We do a shoot, rave to our clients about their photos, edit and then deliver. And a few days after delivery, we get an email from the client. It goes something like this…