Want to win tickets to the WPPI Road Trip? Well you're in luck! We're giving away 8 tickets to different cities! Each ticket is a $159.00 value and covers full classes on lighting, marketing, shooting, post-production, lunch, mini Trade Show and more.
All that can be yours with just a couple of clicks of your mouse. All you have to do is:
- Choose a wedding or portrait photo of your own creation to tweet at @BHPhotoVideo and @RFWPPIin the same tweet.
- Choose from Long Beach, San Jose, Columbus, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Austin, or New Orleans in the city area of the tweet.
We'll pick one winner from each city at random and announce them on Wednesday July 27th 2011 at 5PM EST. Winners will be announced on our Twitter account and our Facebook page. One entry per city please!
For years, photos have been used to tell stories in photojournalism and documentary-type photography. Newspaper and magazine editors have sometimes told their staff that they can only accept one image for a story. So there has to be one image that gets it all right. Here are a few different and important features that every photo essay should have.
When shooting street photography or a fun event like a party or wedding, candid photos can be the icing on the cake. Not only do those photos provide extra life to the story you're telling, but they also depict people in their most natural and comfortable state. It takes some practice to nail the better candids. Here are a couple of tips on how to do just that.
Wedding photography can be extremely intense and stressful for any photographer. It requires the ability to adapt to situations immediately and to be creative, and sometimes it means working with tough personalities. But what happens when everything suddenly comes to a screeching halt at a wedding?
On a wedding day, creating drama is usually something photographers try to avoid. With all the personalities, excitement and tension surrounding the couple’s big day, it often falls to us to keep the couple relatively stress-free. But drama can be a photographer’s best friend when it comes to creating jaw-droppingly unique portraits. Single elements are good, but you can mix and match ideas from this list to create photographs that are truly stunning.
When you shoot the highest-profile weddings in New York City and the world, you better know how to place your subjects in the best light possible. Andy Marcus has been in the business of photographing weddings for over 40 years. He has steadily built up his reputation as the photographer to use in the New York area.
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