Mother’s Day and Photography

Mother’s Day and photography Moment we hear the word Mother we think of love, affection, care and what not. All this is true but this word mother is much beyond that. Mother is someone who is not comparable to anyone in this world and everyone should respect her no matter […]

Pros and Cons of Online Photography Classes

David J. Holcomb

Becoming a photographer is a great profession for those that are self-motivated, inspired by the beauty they find in the world, and passionate about photography and learning all that they can about the profession. If you think you would be a good photographer, you now have a few decisions to […]

Three Tips to Improve Photography

David J. Holcomb

Tip #1: Use the Sun The sun is a photographer’s best tool, and an unmatched source of lighting. The primary ingredient that separates amateurs from professionals is the quality of lighting. While professionals typically provide supplemental lighting or bounce cards (shiny material used to reflect sunlight) to help attain the […]

The History of Alphabet Photography

David J. Holcomb

Interestingly enough the idea behind alphabet photography started with an illustrated children’s book. In 1999 Stephen T. Johnson put together a wordless book that featured still life pictures of everyday objects that looked like letters of the alphabet. The School Library Journal review of this Caldecott Honor book said, “While […]

Seven Brilliant Photography Marketing Tips

David J. Holcomb

A photographer trapped in a marketing rut needs the push to excel in the field of photography. Be it the professional or an amateur, the need to get equipped with novel ideas to nurture the photography business is a quintessential prerequisite that demands the attention of the photographers. If you […]