Whether you photograph clients’ families or your own, documentary photography captures loved ones in a way that no conventional portrait can. Learn how professional photographer Briony Walker does it, from choosing gear to dealing with different ages and personalities.
Family moments become memories all too quickly, but photos can make them last a lifetime. Read mum and professional family photographer Briony Walker’s tips on how to capture beautiful, candid portraits of your family.
Good portraiture involves much more than photographing someone’s likeness. Good portraiture is the subtle art of orchestrating people, equipment, light, composition and timing to tell that someone’s story. Read professional portrait photographer Dylan Goldby’s advice on crafting great portraits in various scenarios.
We were lucky enough to receive one of each lens from Nikon Australia to test for a day, so we headed down to Kangaroo Point for an early morning shoot. While not being able to do an in-depth review I certainly got a good feel for each lens.
While ambient light can look extraordinary, it’s not always easy (or possible) to tame or predict. Understanding how flash and continuous lighting work will help you decide which option/s will best achieve the shot or clip you’re after.
We recently received the Aputure Amaran Tri-8C Bi-Colour Led Light and decided it would be a great idea to compare the constant light with both a studio light – Profoto B1X and the relatively new speed light – Profoto A1 so we could show you which source is best for your workflow.